Rikard Bjork 

member since 12/08/2011 | last login 06/11/2012

Have been a member of the Screenwriters Workshop in the Twin Cities for 4 years. Wrote and filmed a short for Screenlabs Challenge that won Runner Up Movie and Audience Award - BLIND FATE...

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Have been a member of the Screenwriters Workshop in the Twin Cities for 4 years. Wrote and filmed a short for Screenlabs Challenge that won Runner Up Movie and Audience Award - BLIND FATE

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Reviews by Rikard Bjork 14

  • A review of The Tree
    by Rikard Bjork on 06/11/2012
    I thought the sets were excellent with all the small details that gave the sets character. The sound was great with the exception of the so-called dialogue which reminded me of the when the parents spoke in the Peanuts cartoons. I thought maybe you could come up with something very unique for there voices. I thought you should have included a heavy coat and scarf to emphasize... read
  • A review of The Killing Years
    by Rikard Bjork on 03/04/2012
    Three things: 1) I love much of your descriptive action lines. 2) You have a few misspellings/grammatical errors and 3) The idea of having a time machine – okay, the audience will go there; but having one person appear at the same time as himself in a young form and an older form is too difficult for the audience to take on. Some details: A)Spelling. FORENSIC AGENTS dust... read
  • by Rikard Bjork on 01/25/2012
    1) Comedies should be about 90 pages long so start cutting. The opening montage is longer then it needs to be. 2) Kate sings the song from the movie WORKING GIRL. For this to work, it has to be a really popular movie/song that everyone is familiar with and I don’t think this qualifies. 3) A number of the jokes need to be ratcheted up – work on them to make them funnier or... read
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Comments About Rikard Bjork 2

  • f-ceska on 01/23/2012

    Dear Rikard,

    Thank you for reviewing my story 'Demeter and Persephone'. I'm glad you found some things to enjoy and will take your comments under consideration, although I think to expound on the characters further would be to lose some of the 'mythlike' quality that I aim to achieve with this. Maybe if I were to write a longer story I would focus on the characters in greater depth.

    With best wishes,
    Francesca
  • DontStealMyScript on 01/22/2012

    Thanks for your review of One Last One.

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