Chicago, IL USA
When writing Animation if it is for animals, should the script be any different than if you are writing for human characters? Also, with all the animated flicks coming out like Rango, Hop, Rio, etc., is Hollywood looking for the next BIG HIT that deals with cute cuddly Animals - if so that is me!
I have 2 pertinent Questions about this TOPIC as there are others who also use TOYS and ANIMATION in their screenwrites. Those 2 queries are:
#1: When writing Animation (if it is for animals), should the script be any different than if you are writing for human characters?
#2: With the influx and increase in the animated flicks coming out (and that have already appeared) like Toy Story 1-3, Rango, Hop, Despicable Me, Rio, etc., is Hollywood (circa 2011) looking for the next BIG ANIMATED HIT that deals with cute cuddly Animals/TOYS? With TOY Story 3 winning an Oscar, it seems to be ‘the trend’ from what I can see as an outsider outside ‘the realm and reelm’ of Hollywood dynamics.
MY THINKING HERE EXPLAINED:
I have an ongoing 7-part Series (book and movie extravaganza) that spotlight some of the dreamiest and most darling TOYS taken from my very own TOY BOX. One of the Scripts has already beat out 3,164 others in a Hollywood Intl Screenwriting Competition in 2010; therefore, I know it has ‘something’ going for it.
Currently, I am wondering about the best way to get IT walked into Steven Spielberg's, John Lasseter's, Tim Burton's and/or Gore Verbinski's studios. One look @ my ‘Family’ and they'd be a SHOE-in even if I didn't have the last 3 Scripts written.
Plus, the topics are instrumental today’s issues, the leading subject deals with eliminating RACISM. And what is strange about the copy/text is that once you read the 4/7 that are already written, you will NOT have a bigoted bone left in your body. This is a Message we must get ‘out there.’
ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith
SKiN: Sacred Kinship in Nature ™
How 10 Beloved Plush Toys Redefine Race ©2009
Featuring: iN THE COMPANY OF ANTS ©2009
Quarterfinalist Winner of Scriptapalooza’s Intl Screenplay Competition: 2010
Beating out 3164 other Scripts
Chicago – IL USA
4-6-2011 – 3:05 PM