Category: Commercial Scripts

Here's what's trending…

Okay, so OnceUponAde has some pretty BIG items on the docket. Well, maybe minute to you the reader, but big in the eyes of moi.  1.)       The first item pertains to SLIM, which has been submitted to the ‘International’ Scriptapalozza Screenplay Contest. After countless rewrites and critiques, WE the good folks at OnceUponAde feel […]

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PARTIAL NIKE AND/OR ADIDAS SCRIPT UPLOADED!

I say ‘partial’ because unfortunately we live in a world where one’s intellectual property is virtually anyone’s property up for grabs… And this script is way too delicate for me to take that risk. Sorry everyone, but I will say this, several individuals who have read it said they have never envisioned anything quite like it. […]

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All I Need Is One…

 “Logic told me to give up… And that assimilating to what happened isn’t all that bad. But just like I never asked for this, I’ll never ask for pity.” NIKE COMMERCIAL SCRIPT COMING SOON!

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SLIM 2???

For those of you who read part one of the latest screenplay I scripted called ‘SLIM’, prepare for a potential part 2. While in the shower, I had an epiphany to draw out SLIM further, into  a sequel, most likely as a short film. I am thinking approximately 20 or 30 minutes, but that can all change. […]

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Updated AUDI Commercial Idea

As with all literary endeavors; concepts and ideas perpetually change. Not to mention overlooked grammatical errors were found:( Below is the updated Audi Script. VIEW SCRIPT UPON REQUEST WGA Registration Number: 1710684 We changed the car to the one you see above. More intense color and experience, because after all, our driver is a working class man escaping […]

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AUDI Commercial Idea.

Most likely, you are aware of the truly awesome commercials that the writers for Audi are able to create. My favorite is the (2013) advertisement about the young man going to prom alone, but in his fathers Audi. With that said, here’s a short commercial I scripted. It’s a work in progress, but let me know what […]

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