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Screenplay Review - Flamingo by Anna Cetti

This month's screenplay is "Flamingo" by Anna Cetti. It is available to download now from the "Files" section of our site, or use this link.

We will read the screenplay on our own and talk about it at length at the meetup itself.  The author may also bring sections to table read at the event if she chooses.

If there is time after we can also table read and discuss longer sections (20-30 pages) from other writers.

Please continue to e-mail me or post to the message board thread on this topic if you would like to offer a complete work for a future Full Screenplay reading.  These meetings are in addition to our regular meetups on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. Please also let me know if you want to host one of these meetings at another location.  As the author, you'll have say over how you want to run your meeting, how its read and reviewed by the group.

Please e-mail me (Howard) to get in the queue.  Once again, I will give priority to people who have attended at least a few previous SF Screenwriters events.


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  • Daniel S.

    Great to see everyone!

    November 7, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    It was great.

    November 6, 2013

  • steve h.

    A good place to listen to interviews with all types of people involved in making films:

    November 3, 2013

  • Cortney

    Thinking of coming. It would be great to post a logline of this script in the blurb. Personally, I think screenwriters should be thinking of marketing their scripts during the writing process if they ever want to get them sold. A logline is just the beginning.

    November 1, 2013

  • Erven T.

    Hi Howard. Will have ten pages of Last Tiger in China, need feedback as to style. Does one need to identify BACK FLASH? Need to know what is proper

    October 30, 2013

  • steve h.

    Suggestion: A Nightmare on Elm Street,%20A%20Script.html

    Grossed $26 mil on a $2 mil production budget.

    I think this is a path to success.

    October 26, 2013

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