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Lost in the world

Writer, Director


I am a writer/director with a wide-ranging interest in world cinema. i use my background in shooting and editing to pay rent, B...

Long Island


Valencia, Spain

Writer, Interviewer/presenter (documentary)

fayetteville N.C.

Writing, Editing, Proofreading


Writer, Director

Longmont, CO

Actor, Director, Writer

Las Vegas



Actor, Musician, Writer, Composer, Songwriter, Etc


Los Angeles & sometimes Hilo, Hawaii

Hollywood, Obi-wan said it best..."you'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy."


Port Orange, FL



Animator, Writer


Writer, Actress

Grande Prairie

Author, Writer, Family



"every writer is a frustrated actor who recites his lines in the hidden auditorium of his skull." ...rod serling

I'm just one man doing the job of a million monkeys with a million typewriters.



Excuse me while i whip this out.

West Hollywood

Writer of fiction and non-fiction; also a digital animator and editor


Writer, House music






Director, Editor, Producer, Writer

San Francisco, CA

Writer, Actor, Artist, Director




Recent Reviews from Top Reviewers


4.5 stars
Reviewed by CJ Walley
May 13, 2015
Wonderful to see a new draft of this up so soon. And a huge compliment to see suggested changes, even some of my own, implemented.

This is such a fun script packed with quirky characters, it feels refreshing and different, maybe it’s ... Read more

Buddy's Rating

5.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
April 15, 2015
Excellent write on the 4th edition to Axel's adventure cop series. Liked it from start to finish.
Very Intriguing as well as written. I have always myself liked the Beverly Hill's Cop series, and wanted more. Now, I think we g... Read more

Right On Target

4.5 stars
Reviewed by CJ Walley
April 14, 2015
Love the pun based title. Love the concept. Love the Tone. This is a script that's screaming LET ME ENTERTAIN you before you've even opened it.

The tone reminds me of Death Becomes Her. I could see someone like Emma Stone pl... Read more

A good story.

2.0 stars
Reviewed by John Millunzi
April 08, 2015

Thanks for your patience, It took me awhile to get through your script, even though I liked the story.

If this is a shooting script and you are going to make and direct this movie, I guess you know what to do.

I found the... Read more

My Rating's

5.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 31, 2015
I have to say the lead in is very good for the plot. Your dialogues are tight and very understanding to what is going on with the scenario of the two men's surroundings as well as the stars. I liked it because in my mind I pictured... Read more

My Rating's

5.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 27, 2015
I have to say that I enjoyed the concept of past and present. Your synopsis should be shortened and just to make your point clear. In other words short and sweet. I think your script was a very good read to keep me intrigued and good im... Read more

My Rating's

4.5 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 14, 2015
I liked the whole script, especially the formatting and straight to the points of interest, which does not leave a person wondering what direction he or she has to turn. I call this the attention grabber. However, shorten the synopsis an... Read more

My Rating's

5.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 10, 2015
Overall great dialog as well as concept. However, my recommendation would be to reduce your synopsis and be more direct to the point. In my opinion it is a bit to broad and the reader may wonder.

My Rating's

4.0 stars
Reviewed by buddy yandle
March 10, 2015
Overall good concept.


4.7 stars
Reviewed by John Millunzi
August 16, 2014


Alison McGillivary

Alison, you’re remarkable.

I’m going to try and write this review without fear of feminists or militants. I don’t know if it is RTF that messes a few things, nor why you don’t have a pdf. If... Read more