When a small-town dumpster diver recovers something he shouldn't, he's forced to call on his estranged daughter's help to keep him out of serious legal trouble.
Present stage of this work: First draft or cut
Is the tone consistent? Does the pacing feel right? Do the procedural police aspects feel accurate, including dialog and proceedings? Is the humor coming through? Also welcome any other comments or suggestions. Thank you!
I’m an advertising copywriter and aspiring screenwriter based in Salt Lake. Originally from California, I grew up in a small mountain town called Tehachapi and completed my undergrad at UCLA. I graduated with a Bachelor’s in Communications and a minor in Film & Television. Soon after, I packed my skis and moved to Utah. I served as the first female “production dude” at Park City Television, where I wrote an Emmy-winning commercial campaign. I recently wrote and produced my first short film, Keepsake, and I'm currently writing my first feature. more...