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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)




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


Writer, Director, Producer - earthlight entertainment inc.


Animator, Writer

Writer, Actress



"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.

The Detroit Metroplex

Writer, Electrician, Audio noodler


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

It works!

4.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
January 01, 2015
In the Southern Lands Aurora is a female soldier belonging to the Kinsmen who are in conflict with the Loyalists to whom Ether belongs as a general. Aurora loses her lover in a Loyalist ambush, a strange Vanguard (gifted warrior of incre... Read more


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

Great stuff there!

5.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
August 15, 2014
Kristy struggles to save a visitor to earth from arrest as he is mistaken to be a certain criminal because of his resemblance to the police wanted. This is a surely original unique story concept.

The story idea in premise expression... Read more


3.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
August 13, 2014
The story concept has my yeah for its high uniqueness and originality degrees.

I noticed some format gaffes:-

Keep consistent in format or presentation of your script elements: you didn’t do so when you for instance wrote one slug ... Read more

Very Interesting

4.0 stars
Reviewed by Chris
August 11, 2014
I found this to be a very interesting screenplay. The story behind it is really good, and the structure is great. I felt some of the dialogue could use some punching up as it somewhat felt a little forced. And relationships could have b... Read more

Not a bad idea...

2.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
July 04, 2014
The concept is not a bad idea, though I personally prefer a land lord who’s not blood-related to any of the rent-demanded, as such would be more motivational to them since it rubs out family sympathy.

The script has some format issues... Read more

Good Sci fi tale

4.5 stars
Reviewed by Christopher Knight
June 20, 2014
This is an excellent story concept and reminds me a bit of Oblivion. The writer does a good job in painting visual pictures an it is easy to put yourself into other dimensions, etc.


5.0 stars
Reviewed by Chris
June 08, 2014
I just finished this script after spending most of the night reading it.

This script really should be on the fast track. What a wonderful take on the Winnie the Pooh mythos. It's tragic, happy, beautiful, and heartwarming all at ... Read more

An interesting plot scripting

4.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
June 05, 2014
I like the story concept; I won’t say it’s really original. Know of a computer game “The Oregon Trail”? If you know it, it involves trailing Oregon, and it’s the very same concept here. However, it’s great you gave it uniqueness regardin... Read more

Great script

3.5 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
June 05, 2014
Great you did not use a double hyphen for a slug line. Good dialogue. Great you portrayed the comedy genre in the opening image as it’s always a necessity showing the film’s genre there. Nice narrative description. And good job on treati... Read more