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Houston, we do not have a problem March 24, 2007

Posted by Jeff in 1990s to present, Movies, News about the non-blog, Zook.
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Richard Carlson, Hedy Lamarr and Walter Pidgeon in White Cargo

I’m very pleased to report that my original screenplay, Eighty-Eight Frequencies, is a finalist in the 40th annual WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival.

It’s one of four finalists in the category of biographical screenplays. At the end of April it will receive a Remi Award, rank to be determined (bronze, silver, gold or platinum). Also to be determined is whether it receives an overall best-of-festival award that could come with a cash prize.

If you haven’t read Eighty-Eight Frequencies for a while, there are some changes, I think for the better. There are other very tentative developments that I can’t go into specifically. I’ve restricted public access to the screenplay while things are up in the air; at some point in the not-too-distant future I may be taking it down entirely, so act now if you want to read it.

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1. Thaddeus - March 25, 2007

Congrats.


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