Blink of an Eye

Creator: Anthony Williams
Genre: Drama
Age rating: 13 and older
There are some things more painful than dying. Most notably living on, while you're loved ones do not. After losing his wife in an accident, Cameron must face this task. Coupled with a growing resentment for his newborn son, Cameron must endure life's hardest battle.
Project collaboration: Closed
Synopsis: We follow the life of Cameron, a man whose entire life has changed in a single moment. He had a beautiful wife, a great career, a new home, and a child on the way. After a horrific accident claims the life of his wife, Claire, he must now raise his newborn son, Clayton on his own. Cameron will find out the difficulties of being a single father to a son whom he resents and blames for the death of his young wife. This story takes you through the ups and downs of being a single parent. It also shows you how powerful and everlasting true love is and how far someone will go to hold onto it. This compelling drama will resonate with audiences alike and will illuminate how life can completely change, or pass you by entirely in the blink of an eye.

Latest Work

  • Script 3 - Anthony's 3rd Draft
    06/28/11
    Creative Notes:
    Fixed all the grammatical and format problems, including denoting where a flashback is occurring. Removed some unnecessary scenes. Made the main character a little less one-emotion, and added some depth to him. Brought Clayton into the story a little earlier to further develop their relationship. The main storyline is a little more concise and no longer drags at parts.

All Work

  • Script 2 - Anthony's 2nd Draft
    02/28/11
    Creative Notes:
    This script was a finalist at the Honolulu Film Awards

    Many significant changes. The linear feel was removed by changing the opening voiceover to flashbacks throughout the entire script. It gives you a better sense of Cameron's relationship with both his son and his wife.
  • Script 1 - Anthony's Original Draft
    12/03/10
    Creative Notes:
    The script was a finalist at the Honolulu Film Awards

    I wanted to create a story that emphasizes the importance of both the relationship between a parent and their child, as well as the undying love between a husband and wife. A nice twist at the end will change how you look at the whole story. It is a new take on an enduring concept.