Category: Screenwriting

Short Screenplay: Delusion of Power

I began writing this short script about 13 years prior to actually creating what I called a first draft. This has been a difficult script to write mostly because of life pulling me in many directions… along with writing 20 other scripts that were more […]

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Screenplay Awards! (6/2019)

Even though I write, I never called myself a writer, for one superficial reason: no recognition. Well all that has changed, with two awards from the screenwriting competition at The DaVinci International Film Festival (DIFF) for my screenplay, Knife to a Gunfight. It’s a gritty fictional […]

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Knife to a Gunfight: The Screenplay

I was picking up my son at his elementary school one day. I felt my typical frustration that when I’d come to pick him up, he’d be by himself usually far off in some “lonely corner” in the play area, moving is hands around, imagining […]

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Urbanworld 2010: Screenplay Finalist and Short Film Screening

This has been the best film festival experience to date. First off, being in the Viacom building in Times Square was so inspiring… seeing a few celebrates and mixing and mingling some of the best creatives in the US was something I’d never forget. I […]

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