THE CRUSADING CHEMIST script

“Commit your way to the LORD, trust also in HIM, and HE will do it.”

~ Psalm 37:5

What more can I say?  I’m still sure this project deserves to have been written better than I could offer it, but I was privileged to work on it this long, and it is now officially accomplished.  Well, in terms of screenwriting, perhaps that is tentative – a director can still improve it as necessary, and I hope to learn how to improve my writing in all areas after experience on this project.

THE CRUSADING CHEMIST script

It came out to 132 pages long (a bit long for a movie script, but tolerable enough – staying in the page boundaries is my weakness!).  Next it goes to Kinko’s to have bound copies made, and then sent to the Writer’s Guild to be registered (after it is registered I might post more information on the script’s plot line, etc.) .  I’m working at revising the Treatment for Dad to show to his friends that have producer contacts.

Other events of this day…Abigail turned 11.  She was born in West Point, New York over a decade ago already!

Abigail Argraves Read

(In this picture, she is illustrating how a denim skirt can double as a poncho)

Abigail's 11th Birthday

Grandmomma and Granddaddy came over to celebrate our wonderful little (well, getting big) Abby’s 11th birthday.  It was lots of fun…I’m sure Abby can fill you in about it on her blog soon!

I’ll post about our latest project with our Dominique chickens on my homesteadblog soon.

~Amanda~

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Friday, March 21, 2008 – Untitled Comment

Posted by Jay
Wow, 132 Pages, That’s quite a feat!

CONGRATULATIONS!

After you’ve taken care of the registration, I would be very interested in reading the plot line/summery of the screenplay.

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Friday, March 21, 2008 – Untitled Comment

Posted by BlogBoy
Wow, that is a HUGE script! It must have taken you a long time to finish that. Is there any chance I can see a word doc copy before it goes off? *grins*

RYC: Lol, yes the Irish know how to eat well because of all those years that they were stuck eating potatoes. 😉

Yeah, I’m not sure if the Kerry Gold cows are raised on green pastures, but the logo looks nice!

I wonder were that came from? Who would have started pinching people for not wearing green? Hmm, I’ll have to look it up.

Yep, mom got the article. She said that it didn’t hold her up at all.

Eric
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Sunday, March 23, 2008 – Untitled Comment

Posted by GraceElizabeth
Oh my goodness! You do screenwriting? That is too neat! I’ve always wanted to write or direct my own movie or play. How long will yours be with music and all that added in? What are you doing for the music? I just love film music of any kind. (Well, not SciFi or really modern sounding music!)
That is really cool- Congatulations on finishing it all!
~Grace
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Wednesday, March 26, 2008 – Untitled Comment

Posted by ChristineDaae
Hello,

Nice post. Happy Birthday Abigail! Wow, that is great that you finished the movie script! I hope it is a success;-) Just to let you know, I finally posted.

In Christ,
Christine
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Thursday, March 27, 2008 – Untitled Comment

Posted by BlogBoy
RYC: Yes, but I didn’t want to have it change by itself. I have a few ads that go with the Sepia tone blog and I want people to see that when they come on my blog for the first time.

Yes, that movie looks good. I can’t wait to see it.

Eric
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Friday, April 4, 2008 – Wow!

Posted by TheInsider
We mentioned your final draft in our latest issue!

– The Insider