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  • #16
    Re: PAGE Awards 2009 is on Twitter.

    Nice, it looks like Zoe is gonna tweet some of the train wrecks...

    she writes...

    "Will now tweet Judges comments re scripts that didn't make Quarterfinals list per request of contestants. Script titles must remain private"

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    • #17
      Re: PAGE Awards 2009 is on Twitter.

      Some of my comments might end up there. I read in the Thriller category and a lot, A LOT, were horrible.
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      • #18
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        Nice. The first one has been posted. However, it's a bit dismaying to find a mistake in a judge's comments, where he/she complains about mistakes....

        "has not plot points to turn story on."

        WTF?

        hopefully, it was just Zoe's typo...

        http://twitter.com/PAGEawards

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        • #19
          Re: PAGE Awards 2009 is on Twitter.

          Zoe's such a sweetie...

          She writes, or rather tweets, "I made a typo on one of my tweets a few days ago. It was not the Judge's fault. Only mine: Zoe's Please forgive I saw it after I hit send "

          Oh, Zoe, why aren't more people in the industry as sweet and unassuming as you? [sigh]

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          • #20
            Re: PAGE Awards 2009 is on Twitter.

            Originally posted by LateNightWriter View Post
            Drama Judge extolls: "Great dialogue with compelling character's journey. About as good as it can be. Thought provoking. Resonant."

            so, just out of curiosity, how many of you submitted a script in the drama category that could match this description?


            I did, Joe!

            Well, at least it made the Second Round.

            Late Night Writer
            Did you end up making the Quarter-Finals?

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            • #21
              Re: PAGE Awards 2009 is on Twitter.

              Originally posted by joe78 View Post
              Did you end up making the Quarter-Finals?
              Second round == Quarter-finals.

              Disregard: I thought he said it made it through the second round.
              Last edited by grant; 07-09-2009, 10:55 AM.

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              • #22
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                Originally posted by ScreenQuery View Post
                Some of my comments might end up there. I read in the Thriller category and a lot, A LOT, were horrible.
                I didn't enter, but out of curiosity (as I write thrillers), what were some noticeable commonalities that made them so horrible?
                Sent from my iPhone. Because I'm better than you.

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                • #23
                  Re: PAGE Awards 2009 is on Twitter.

                  Did you end up making the Quarter-Finals?

                  Nope, but it was a first draft, full of typos and overwriting, so I'm not terribly surprised. It was nice to have it make the second round on the basis of story.

                  Late Night Writer

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                  • #24
                    Re: PAGE Awards 2009 is on Twitter.

                    I'm hoping that one's about my script

                    Originally posted by joe78 View Post
                    from the twitter page...

                    Drama Judge extolls: "Great dialogue with compelling character's journey. About as good as it can be. Thought provoking. Resonant."

                    so, just out of curiosity, how many of you submitted a script in the drama category that could match this description?

                    Do you think they'll ever name names? Maybe just for the good comments or for comments on finalist scripts?

                    What I'd like to see is some of the comparisons they're going to have to make between scripts as they whittle down the field.
                    "You become what you think about all day long" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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