When their daughter is seriously hurt and there is a miscarriage of justice, a couple from a small town must come... more
I have wrriten 5 Novels and several Screenplays. One is currently being optioned for a small budget digital feature film. Another one of my screenplays reached the Quarter Finals of the Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting competition and placed in several contests. My...
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I have wrriten 5 Novels and several Screenplays. One is currently being optioned for a small budget digital feature film. Another one of my screenplays reached the Quarter Finals of the Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting competition and placed in several contests. My goal is to keep writing and honing my talents so someday I can be a successful screenwriter. I don't intend to give up!
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Reviews by ashquadir 15
A review of Father Max Rev. 2by ashquadir on 09/26/2006This is one of the better scripts on the sight, with only a few small complaints. The descriptions/actions were a little wordy at times and it sometimes read like a novel. However, as the script progressed, descriptions became more succinct. The characters are for the most part well-defined. Francis was perhaps the most intriguing and interesting character -- sometimes... read
A review of Self Helpby ashquadir on 09/19/2006Apart from several grammar issues and spelling mistakes, this is a well written script. (e.g. on page 60, it should be Brenda putting her hands on Stanley’s knee – not Felecia.) The dialogue was very good and despite the large number of characters, most had distinct personalities that were identifiable. At times, the dialogue was quite funny. Work on punching up the comedy... read
A review of Unholyby ashquadir on 03/22/2006This is a well written screenplay and the dialogue is spot on. The story moves along at a fast clip, with little pause for introspection. I enjoyed the overall story, however, the first half of the screenplay was a very promising story that gave me indications that this story would be different from the countless Hollywood horror films churned out; but I was a little sad... read