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  • Has anything replaced Triggerstreet?

    The quality of feedback and scripts on the old Triggerstreet site was extremely uneven, but I always really enjoyed that you could go on there, find plenty of things to read, and then get a lot of feedback on your own stuff.

    In the years since Triggerstreet closed, has anything filled its niche? I know about Zoetrope, but it looks extremely dead. Only a handful of scripts available to read. Is Amazon Studios an option? I know the Black List site is good if you just want to pay for feedback, but that's not quite the same thing.

    Suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Has anything replaced Triggerstreet?

    Try Talentville (www.talentville.com).

    I wasn't familiar with Triggerstreet but someone remarked to me recently that Talentville filled the void for them.

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      Re: Has anything replaced Triggerstreet?

      The Simply Scripts forum (http://www.simplyscripts.net) is very active with writers posting new content and getting feedback. It's mostly orientated towards shorts but those are all the easier to review in full.
      Script Revolution - A free to use script hosting website that offers screenwriters a platform to promote their scripts and a way for filmmakers to search through them.

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        Re: Has anything replaced Triggerstreet?

        You're also more than welcome to use the Feedback Loop section of my own site (https://www.scriptrevolution.com/feedback-loop) which is reasonably active but all the back and forth is out of the public eye.
        Script Revolution - A free to use script hosting website that offers screenwriters a platform to promote their scripts and a way for filmmakers to search through them.

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