As it turns out, Marble was like most girls in the most obvious way. Pretty tough, even fiery at times, but if she saw a dead animal laying helplessly along the road, some tears would probably be shed. Most definitely at a certain time of the month. I met her at the seven-eleven, the corner … Continue reading On the Corner
Last year one of my best friends and I, over a bottle of fruity wine and a textbook dedicated to the study of folklore, we wrote this... well... not really sure what you would call this.
I wrote this a year ago, and with one of my best friends. I had started it, pitched the idea to her, and then we wrote it together in one night over a bottle of $13 fruity wine. The film begins with two 'average', young girls in a cafe. One is showing off her new … Continue reading PITCH: Just a Tall Tale
INT. DAY — AIRPLANE, ECONOMY CLASS Three business workers are flying from Toronto to New York for a business trip. From left to right seated is, Tom (short for Tommison), Whitney, and an overweight Rob four years away from retirement. Unfortunately, Rob has a suppressed fear of flying and is having a difficult time getting … Continue reading Scotch is Nerve Numbing
INT. BAR-- NIGHT. Two men in their mid-forties, Robert and Dev, are clearly sloshed and singing "Home For A Rest" on the small stage at the back of the karaoke bar. There is no live band behind them, only an instrumental accompaniment and two microphones. The bar is busy but most of the audience are … Continue reading Drunk Since I Left