Matthew Allen, Tokyo, Japan HOW STANLEY KUBRICK LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE HOAX
Greg Amici, Los Angeles, CA RHYTHM OF LIFE
Carol Chiodini, Orlando, FL NOT FOR NOTHING
Robert Frisbee, Santa Monica, CA CITYFALL
Geraint Horwood, Buckinghamshire, UK KNIGHT KNIGHT
Barry Lindemann, Las Vegas, NV SUPERGRASS
Mark Litton, Los Angeles, CA THE ENABLER
Neil McGowan, Los Angeles, CA NUMBERED
Chris Rowland, Northampton, UK VLAD THE IMPALER
Tony Urgo, San Jose, CA THE WIZARD JOE
Guess my entry must have scraped in at number 21 ;-)
Two contenders from the UK, which is great – more interesting is the fact that two of these scripts have regularly featured in the Trigger Street Screenplay Top Ten (Matthew Allen’s and Geraint Horwood’s to be precise), so are readily available for a perusal if you want to find out what the guys over at Big Break consider to be a ‘winning script’. I’ve read some of Ger’s work on Trigger Street before, and it's consistently funny. I’m not quite so au fait with Matthew Allen’s script, but it has certainly created some lively debate over at TS (mostly due to its legally contentious subject matter).
You could do worse than to pay Trigger Street a visit to check them both out (if they’re still up on the site that is).