I know you’re slavering with anticipation, so I’ll just get on with it…
We have two winners of the pitch/synopsis category: Killer Looks by HRH Anne of Cleves and Broken Bird by Laura Anderson! Well done laydeez. Honourable mentions (in no particular order) go to the writers of Penny Dreadful, Eclipse, The Life You Make, Elizabeth Taylor Man, Givin’ It The Bird, Silent Screen Lover, Raging Gurrl, The Fearless and The Vampire Apocalypse Articles.
And in the logline category, we have a clear winner with Bollywood Thrills by Niraj Kapur, followed by Dominic Carver’s Shotguns and Incontinence Pants, with David Bishop in third with his Trial and Error. Well done to the writers of Rehab, The Harvest, The Untitled B Movie (!), Family Wedding, Burnfield, The Pact and Guardian Devil, too.
Commiserations to those people who didn’t score: don’t let it get you down. It is worth remembering that sometimes a subject matter just might not appeal, rather than your actual logline/synopsis. However, I think this has proved a really interesting exercise for all involved and a definite learning curve. Let’s do it again! But not for a while. Busy-busy laydeez and gents. My people will call your people. Ciao.