ADVENTURE TV Show of the Day: THE GREEN OAK BOYS, by Herbert Ray Pitre

Title: THE GREEN OAK BOYS 

Written by: Herbert Ray Pitre

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Adventure, Drama

LOGLINE: Seven teenage boys bored with everyday living, become saturated with the ideal of doing something different and exciting for a change in their lives. So they call for a MEETING OF THE MINDS, and with all in favor, go out and search for THE FULNESS OF TRUTH.

So they hop a train the next morning and enter into a world they never knew existed. It’s here they learn about the many different people, along with all of the worlds ups and downs, as they pick and sing with their instruments and work odd jobs to stay afloat.

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ADVENTURE Feature Film of the Day: CHASING WHITE INFINITY, by Claudia Marinelli

Title: CHASING WHITE INFINITY 

Written by: Claudia Marinelli

Genre: SCI-FI/THRILLER/ADVENTURE

Type: Feature Screenplay

Logline: IN OUTER SPACE, FORMER VRS CHAMPION VALEN SURIA, NOW DISABLED, OVERCOMES HIS ENEMIES AND HIS OWN LIMITS RACING TO THE BOUNDARIES OF INFINITY.

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ACTION TV Show of the Day: ROGUE GROUP, by Christopher Andre

Title: ROGUE GROUP 

Written by: Christopher Andre

Genre: Sci-Fi/Action

Type: TV PILOT Screenplay

Logline: In the Vein of Star Trek and Stargate. WWIII’s survivors have been forced to go deep underground to reboot society. With resources running out and totalitarian rule building great discontent, our Rogue Group of government agents are tasked to explore the Earth’s surface to determine if it is life-sustaining. What they find up above is far more frightening than anything they could have imagined.

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ACTION Short Film of the Day: THE BLUE PARROT, by Antonia Patsidou

Title: THE BLUE PARROT 

Written by: Antonia Patsidou

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Mystery.

Type: Short Script

LOGLINE: A private detective is asked by a gorgeous female dancer to find the traces of her missing husband, but he discovers the apple of discord…the notorious Nazi gold, and the hidden aspects of their past seem now, threatening for all.

Registration number:
1729290 WGA

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ACTION Feature Film of the Day: THERE ARE NO COWS IN HONG KONG, by James B. Brandt

Title: THERE ARE NO COWS IN HONG KONG 

Written by: James B Brandt

Genre: Action

Type: Feature Screenplay

Logline: A Texas Ranger goes to Hong Kong to visit his brother who is kidnapped by desperate arms dealers. Together with a savvy – and beautiful – Honk Kong detective they track down the culprits but to an almost tragic ending.

WGA Registration Number: Writers Guild of America � West Registration #1586885

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Inside The Chaos: Networking: Keeping in Contact – Part 3

Festival Reviews

Jesus that was exhausting, wasn’t it? But YOU MADE IT.

It’s not as easy as it sounds!

  • You went to the Event/ Party/ Industry Night
  • You talked to People
  • You grabbed contact information

But now what? How do you bridge the gap between casual meeting and business contact? The last part can be the most tenuous, but also the most rewarding!

This secondary phase contact depends greatly on several factors

  • The context in which you met
  • The context in which you exchanged information
  • The difference in your professional status’s
  • Contextual Needs

Context in which you met:

  • Did you meet at a Party? A wrap party? A swanky professional conference?
  • Did you talk professionally or about only topics directly related to your work or the field in general, or, was your meeting more relaxed and talked about a variety of topics?

Context of exchanging your information:

  • Did you exchange your…

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Inside The Chaos: Networking: Conversations Tips – Part 2

Festival Reviews

We’ve all been there, haven’t we?

You’ve finally made it to that big party/event/social and you desperately need to/want to talk to people for any number of reasons. It may be to get yourself noticed, spread an idea of yours, talk up a new accomplishment, gather opinions or simply make friends. It’s a difficult thing, and as easy as it looks in the world of television, it can be really hard to turn your brain thoughts into mouth words.

I am by no means a conversation expert– I certainly have stuffed my foot into my mouth on a handful of occasions. I have also been on the awkward end of a terribly sentence when the whole room shuts up at once and suddenly everyone important hears the Alphagetti Vs. Zoodles debate you were slightly drunkenly having with your neighbour. It’s okay. It happens.

But I can say that, on just as…

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