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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Updates and Reminders

Good morning, Wavers! Just a reminder that the May 1st deadline for the Silver Screenwriting Competition is rapidly approaching. Don't miss out on this opportunity to take your nascent career to the next level by winning a trip to Los Angeles, staying in a four star hotel and taking three meetings with three managers. Not to mention having lunch with Josh Zetumer (DUNE) and winning a MacBook Air, cash and other cool stuff. Because we are still a baby competition (this is our second year) the chances of winning are significantly higher than older, larger competitions. So get those scripts polished up and enter by May 1st to enjoy a few days in LA and meet industry professionals who could just give you the chance you've been waiting for.

In other news, after intense negotiations, the Robotard 8000 has agreed to meet me in person this Friday afternoon for an exclusive interview. While I will learn their identities, I am sworn to secrecy but I will be able to find out the answers to scintillating questions like: Why? Has it worked? And what's next? The Robotard 8000, if you missed it, is a couple of mystery writers who took matters into their own hands and put their script BALLS OUT on the web. Last time I heard, they've had 7,000 views of the script. BALLS OUT is totally offensive, go-for-broke hilarious and anyone who would do such a cockamamie thing is someone I have to admire for their sheer - ahem - balls out approach. So Monday, right here on The Rouge Wave, we'll find out more about The Robotard 8000 and what makes them tick.

Have a lovely day, Wavers. And remember, get those scripts in to the Silver Screenwriting Competition so you can come out to LA, meet me, hang out and and take three really fun, really beneficial meeting with managers. For a video interview of last year's winner, Hilary Graham, go to our website.

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