SCI-FI Feature Film of the Day: The Illusion of Time, by Rebecca Bussanmas

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ACTORTitle: The Illusion of Time

Written by: Rebecca Bussanmas

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Thriller, Sci-Fi

Logline: While traveling into the past to save her scientist parents from untimely death, a young and ambitious astrophysicist uncovers a truth not even she can handle.

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SCI-FI TV PILOT of the Day: Population O, by Fritz Moise

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ACTORTitle: Population 0

Written by: Fritz Moise

Type: TV Pilot

Genre: Sci-Fi, Adventure

Logline: An astronaut finds himself stranded in space in the US space station, returning to earth is impossible, for now because mankind destroyed it in the greatest war humanity has ever spawned, The Solar War. His journey back to earth and surviving on it is the hardest task any human had to bear. Is he alone or is this the start of the new humanity?

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SCI-FI Short Film of the Day: Stoneheart, by Olha Trofimchuk

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ACTORTitle: Stoneheart

Written by: Olha Trofimchuk

Type: Short Screenplay

Genre: Sci-Fi

Logline: Loneliness changed him. Now he is behind of the society. He is considered to be the mistake of evolution. When he has lost everything, he obtains the never-seen-before freedom of feelings. He is more alive than ever.

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FANTASY Short Film of the Day: Regain, by Dean Barnaby

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Regain

Written by: Dean Barnaby

Type: Short Film

Genre: Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Action

Logline: The government has lost control of London so they created a system to take back control called Regain, then they created a list, then they created special agents to control or kill.

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FANTASY TV PILOT of the Day: Hands of the Bayou, by Nichelle Walker

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Hands of the Bayou

Written by: Nichelle Walker

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Fantasy/Drama

Logline: A melange of magic and medicine equals Dr. Castille Dupree, surgeon by day, voodoo witch doctor by night. Down in New Orleans, saving live has just become slightly less traditional.

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FANTASY Feature Film of the Day: Because I Could Not Stop For Prom, by Margaret Admire

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Because I Could Not Stop For Prom

Written by: Margaret Admire

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy

Logline: Totally failing English, an aspiring Prom Queen and her bff use witchcraft to get smarter, but the spell goes awry, resurrecting dead poet Emily Dickinson. Emily is the perfect English tutor, but when her social awkwardness sabotages the Prom Queen campaign, the girls realize that, to stay cool, they must make Emily Dickinson popular.

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Not Blocked, Afraid

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Novel’s at 83,370 words.

So I turned out to be wrong about sustaining the faster pace. Only managed 700 words this week.

I could say it’s because I’m doing more planning and outlining, and less writing. I could say it’s because I’ve started jogging in the mornings again, so I have less time to write.

But in truth I’m distracted, conflicted, and afraid.

I’m afraid I won’t have the book done by the end of the month. I’m afraid I won’t be able to edit it into something worth reading later this year. I’m afraid I’m wasting my time, that I should be spending more of what free time I have working on side programming projects, investing in my skills there instead of here.

In short, I’m afraid I’m making a mistake.

And of course, the lack of writing progress only makes the fear worse. It’s evidence, you see, that…

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