Monday, August 14, 2006


Over 400 submissions from around the world! Thanks to everyone. There were literally hundreds of good scripts. We are pleased to announce the following finalists, alternates and honorable mentions:

FINALISTS (in alphabetical order)

Finalists will have their films produced later this year in Los Angeles:

1. Marqus Bobesich (CAR JACK)
2. Julio Angel Ortiz (SOUTH TACOMA WAY)
3. Sam Oussama (Untitled)
4. Nathan Pitzel (HELLO, GOODBYE)
5. Michael Schwartz (Untitled)

ALTERNATES (in alphabetical order)

Alternates scripts may be used if finalists do not agree to the production deal.

1. William York Booth (THE CROSSING)
2. Cedar Burnett (CULTURE CLASH)
3. Robert Heske (MILE HIGH CLUB)
4. Steve Knight (HER FIRST, HIS SECOND)
5. Richard Dane Scott (POP ROCKS)

HONORABLE MENTIONS (in alphabetical order)

The following were in contention unitl the very end...

1. Nancy Finston (GOODBYE)
2. Charles Horn (Untitled #1)
3. Paul Nash (Untitled)
5. Rosario Pellerito (Untitled)
6. Chuck Schierbeck II (PETA)
7. Simon Stafford (Untitled)
8. D.M. Wilbye (GET IT RIGHT)

Once again, thanks to everyone involved. If you were selected as a FINALIST or ALTERNATE you should have been previously notified via e-mail.

SIDE NOTE: If you are reading this and interested in learning more about co-producing this project by helping to secure additional funds, providing administrative support or marketing the final product, please e-mail Note that these positions will receive credit and a possible share of ownership as compensation. Thanks.


Blogger Linda said...

I wrote the Mile High Club.
Linda Delmonico Prussen

12:13 PM  
Blogger Scribe LA said...

Congrats to the finalists!

Can you please post one of the finalist's scripts... so we can see what type of sample you chose?

6:20 PM  
Blogger Joe said...

Linda-There were several scipts with similar titles and themes. I have double checked the submissions...they are listed correctly on this site.

Scribe-We will likely post all of the winning scripts in a few weeks once some of the final legal and creative issues have been ironed out.



11:47 PM  
Blogger Labaweiler said...

Congratulations to all the winners!
And to the non-winners...Hey, we cant win them all...We can only dream of ever succeeding in the world of writing...ummmmf....Lucky for us, they still use humans as writers...
I haven't met a computer or cartoon yet, that can hold a candle...But Joe? Watch out!!!! Ha Ha...Course no cartton or computer can excel over you! If youre this funny at church, I can't imagine on screen...
Lots of love...

11:07 AM  

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