Sunday, 26 July 2015
Today I've been investigating Create50's The Impact, a very interesting project in which writers across the world are invited to submit very short scripts, all set in the same pre-apocalyptic universe, and filmmakers are then invited to shoot them - resulting in a 97-minute movie detailing the world's response to an imminent asteroid strike.
I've left feedback on a few people's scripts before uploading my own - read it here.
It's actually a similar story concept to my short The End of the World (which Rob Shearman said had a "really infectious" charm – not gonna let praise like that go forgotten), but on a much more ambitious scale. I'll be keeping an eye on the project!
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