The Pitch

Creator: Jamster
Genre: Comedy
Age rating: Everyone
3 friends, 4 days, $100,000 dollar prize! If only the waffler can remember his BS Pitch so the writer can create a screenplay with plenty of the dreamer’s heart. Or with rent due, no cash and a psycho landlord - their asses look destined for the street
Project collaboration: Closed
Synopsis: A homage to Buster Berkeley, his Water Babes, B-Movie Cheese, Groundhog Day and an abundance of Irony...

Everything is not what it seems!

A movie, within a movie, within a mind that all comes together in the end...

Latest Work

All Work

  • Script 7 - Jamster's 7th Draft
    12/27/12
    Creative Notes:
    Please read the 8th draft!

    Dusted this one off - hope you enjoy, looking forward to feedback

    - cheers, Jim.
  • Script 6 - Jamster's 6th Draft
    12/31/11
    Creative Notes:
    ***PLEASE READ THE 8TH DRAFT***
  • Script 5 - Jamster's 5th Draft
    11/29/11
    Creative Notes:
    ***PLEASE READ THE 8th DRAFT!!!***
  • Script 4 - Jamster's 4th Draft
    10/30/11
    Creative Notes:
    PLEASE READ THE 8TH DRAFT!!! added extra motifs / foreshadows and scenes.

    Plus made it more intriguing so as to increase full reads - fingers crossed, hint-hint ;-)

    Is all what it seems?

    "The Pitch": a movie, within a movie, within a mind... I hope you enjoy and are fully entertained - B. Brady.
  • Script 3 - Jamster's 3rd Draft
    08/28/11
    Creative Notes:
    DON'T READ - READ THE 7th DRAFT PLEASE!!!
  • Script 2 - Jamster's 2nd Draft
    07/28/11
    Creative Notes:
    **DON'T READ THIS - READ THE 7TH VERSION INSTEAD**

    Fixed a few upload glitches, minor fixes and tweaks to make it a better, more fluid read.

    I look forward to hearing from anyone who reads the ENTIRE 90 pages - cheers, Jim
  • Script 1 - Jamster's Original Draft
    07/20/11
    Creative Notes:
    I wrote 95% of the first draft within four days, and completed inside a week.

    Rewritten a few times since - it's still 80% the original idea.

    I enjoyed writing this and allowed the characters to take me on a journey: 'life imitates art' or 'art imitates life?'

    With 'Irony' slap-bang in the center of this story - I hope you enjoy the ride & look forward to any feedback.

    Cheers, Jim.