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Terrordise Semi-Finalist in Edinburgh International Screenwriting Competition

Terrordise,” Screenplay by V. N. Alexander

The Schwartz-Johnson family can’t wait to get to their new home in Paradise, a high-security gated community in Dallas, believing it will be worth sacrificing their privacy for the ultimate in safety against any kind of terror threat—-until Mr. & Mrs. Schwartz-Johnson are accused of terrorism themselves.  Read more.

About Edinburgh Screenwriting Competition:  “We are the home of the entertainment industry’s Fringe. We are weird and we love it. Our city has a very long history of nurturing and showcasing the most creative, original and talented oddballs the entertainment industry has to offer, whether a high concept studio project worthy of Tim Burton or a little indie you are dying to see made by David Lynch. We support the arts, not only in Edinburgh, but around the world.”

 

 

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Terrordise, makes quarter finals in TinselTown Productions screenplay contest

My screenplay, Terrordise, has placed in five screenplay competitions this year, in London, Madrid, Oaxaca, and California. Today, Tinsel Town Productions, based in Canada and the UK, announced that Terrordise has made it to the quarter finals.  Read more about my funny and slightly surreal political satire about wall-building and government spying.

Terrordise selected for California Underground Film Festival

The California Underground Film Festival celebrates independent artists from around the world by curating outstanding multimedia experiences for our community.

Terrordise, a dark political comedy
screenplay by V N Alexander
The Schwartz-Johnson family can’t wait to get to their new home in Paradise, a high-security gated community in Dallas, believing it will be worth sacrificing their privacy for the ultimate in safety against any kind of terror threat—-until Mr. & Mrs. Schwartz-Johnson are accused of terrorism themselves. Read more.