|Which of these three are best represent "Pink?"|
Having never been a screenwriter before maybe I don’t know any better, but when I finish something I burn to see it made. That’s the point, right.
With that in mind I’m going to American Film Market in Santa Monica Nov. 5-12 to sell or develop my feature screenplay “Pink.”
Logline: A free-speech-loving exotic dancer battles a small-town sheriff and bares it all to convince a jury that her "bottomless" dance is art worthy of protection in this sexy courtroom comedy based on an actual 1969 case.
Here’s where you come in. The super talented graphic artist Val Mina has offered up three great ideas for an illustration. The illustration will be used on the web, but most importantly right now will be the image on our “leave behind” materials given to distributors, agents, producers, money men, casting directors and the like.
- In one the judge's robes become the theater curtains, as a girl dances on stage.
- Instead of lady justice we have a judge peeking under the blindfold to get peek at the lady dancing on one of the scales.
- Classic. On possible variation would be to have sheriff between the legs rather than the judge.
Give us your thoughts.
I had previously begun laying the groundwork for a photo shoot and video tease also be used to market the film, but in the interest of time that will wait until after November. Thanks again for your support in this endeavor.