My writing journey and the biggest milestones of my pilot script. From the awkward start until the final push.
I really like the New York Midnight Screenwriting Challenge. You mostly have two days to write a 5 page script with a specific assignment. Surviving the Screenwriting Challenge So far it's always been a challenge because mostly I get genres I'm not good at. Like this time: Suspense!? Uurgh ... really? Normally, I don't write … Continue reading Sarah Survived
"Red Is For Revenge" is an adaption of "Red Riding Hood", a Brothers Grimm fairytale that I wrote for an assignment at Vancouver Film School. I chose this fairytale because I've always had a big love for fairytales, mythology, and legends. Maybe it's because I grew up with brutal and crazy German tales? German (Fairy)Tales … Continue reading Red Is For Revenge
This fairytale is inspired by the moon, the stars, and lonely nights. FADE IN: EXT. NOCTURNAL SKY - NIGHT Bright in the nocturnal night, surrounded by stars, shines the full moon in all its beauty. Mystery cloaks around it as fine lines write into the blackness of the night: SELENOPHILIA, (n) loving the moon and … Continue reading Selenophilia
Yesterday, on Saturday, was the deadline for the “New York City Midnight Screenwriting Competition 2020”. In the first round you had 8 days to write a 12 pages screenplay with certain specifications. Mine were: drama, getting married and insurance agent. To be honest, when I saw that I rolled my eyes and thought: Oh, fuck!? … Continue reading Some Thoughts On My First Screenplay Competiton