Unveiling my Script Frenzy Project

Prior to this year, I had never heard of Script Frenzy. I found out about it on Twitter and was immediately intrigued. I came up with a story idea almost immediately and signed up for the challenge of writing a 100-page screenplay in 30 Days.
I had a busy month but I still managed to finish it up a few days early. I then put it away for a little while and distanced myself from the story. Normally I take more than a week away before unveiling a work to anyone but I didn’t want to keep any of you waiting. 
I have been tweeting about my progress this entire time and I thank you for all the support you have shown me. This is the first draft of my screenplay and as such, I would appreciate any constructive feedback you may have on it. Don’t worry about offending me. Any comment you make can only help me improve the story. And if I make it big one day, I’ll make sure to mention you when I win an Oscar.
So without further ado, here is my screenplay.
David Watts is a twenty-five year old salesman working at a department store. He doesn’t like the cheesy love songs they play over the store-wide speaker system. David just can’t believe that love like that really exists. That is, until he meets a college student by the name of Autumn at a blood donor clinic one day.
Click here to read the entire screenplay and please come back to leave me a comment once you have read it.
Thanks! 


8 Comments on Unveiling my Script Frenzy Project

  1. It was so good, Chase! It really was. I liked it a lot. 🙂

  2. Thanks Alexis!

    You were my first reader for this project. Thanks a lot for reading it and leaving me a comment. I appreciate it 🙂

  3. Oh my. I'm so happy for you – you must be feeling such an amazing sense of accomplishment – however reading 100 pages would be unlikely right now with everything else that's on my plate. 🙁

  4. Hi Vered,

    It really is a quick read since it is a screenplay. You could probably read it in less than an hour since there is a lot of white space in a script.

    It is also permanently linked in the "Bibliography" tab under the blog header.

    I hope you will read it one day and come back to comment.

    Thanks a lot!

  5. Hi Chase .. well done .. I'll try and get over and give it a scan read in a day or two ..

    Sorry – time pressing .. I must catch my own tail!

    Have a good weekend .. though Autumn and the blood .. sounds interesting .. Hilary

  6. Hi Hilary,

    Thanks for the comment. I hope you get a chance to read it soon. I'd love to hear your open and honest thoughts about it. I think you'll enjoy it.

  7. Great job, Chase! I enjoyed it a lot. It's been a long time since I've read something that grabbed my attention in such a way that I couldn't stop reading until I was finished. Apparently night fell while I was reading and I didn't even notice…

    Anyway, thanks for sharing. I like it that you can put yourself out there like that. And I agree with Vered – What an accomplishment! Keep it up!

    xo

    – Elle

  8. Thanks Elle!

    I'm glad to hear you enjoyed the story. Thanks for reading.

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