Canadian Script Contest Trims Top 50 to Top 25 Screenplays in Competition

David Cormican, founder of the Canadian Short Screenplay Competition, is pleased to announce the semi-finalist selections for the 2009 CSSC.
 
 
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April 22, 2010 - PRLog -- The list of semis contains the top 25 short film scripts as selected by the judges from the previously announced Top 50 scripts in competition from all 2009 CSSC entries.

The finalist top 13 scripts will be announced April 29, 2010, exactly one month prior to the top screenplay and its author to be announced and honoured during the Golden Sheaf Awards gala at the Yorkton Film Festival, May 29, 2010 in Yorkton, SK.

The 2009 CSSC semi-finalists (in no particular order) are:

“Hostage”, Scott Sullivan   USA
“Like Magic”, Judy Vann   USA
“Minus Lara”, Surita Parmar   CAN
“The East Room”, Richard Knight   CAN
“Sparkly Pink”, Julie Keck   USA

“Nicoel”, Daniel Audet   CAN
“Trap Wax and Sumac Berries”, Kathy Para   CAN
“Just a Push”, Sarah Irvine   CAN
“Publish and Perish”, Mark Whitteveen   USA
“Paul”, Chris Amundson   USA

“On Apollo 11”, Nick Andert   USA
“Snow”, Kathy-Ann Thomas   CAN
“The Conductor’s Escort”, Carolynne Ciceri   CAN
“Something Pointless”, Neil Graham   UK
“Writer’s Block”, Sam Patterson   CAN

“Cheat ‘Em Fair”, Carey Westbrook   USA
“Those Forgotten”, Evan Jobb   CAN
“Secrets”, Tim Anderson   USA
“The vscat Kicker”, Jag Dhadli   CAN
“Ten Year’s Hard Time”, Michael MacDonald   USA

“Changing Times”, Lee Riley      CAN
“Earwig & Santa Claus”, Michael Miller   JPN
“Stalker: A Love Story”, Pamela Nash   USA
“Ashes to Anthrax”, Cat Stewart   USA
“Shakespeare’s Brain”, Allison McWood   CAN

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About The Canadian Short Screenplay Competition (CSSC)
The Canadian Short Screenplay Competition, administered by Year of the Skunk Productions (Regina), and established in 2008, is the premiere script contest for short film screenplays. CSSC is the single-most competitive, prestigious, short screenplay festival in Canada, a champion for screenwriters everywhere and a launching pad for writers’ professional careers.

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