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The creators of the cult horror film Circle are launching a new anthology series called Dark/Web, which will focus on the chaos and dangers of our connected world. Each episode will consist of a portion of the serialized tale and a stand-alone science fiction or horror short centered around technological themes. The "wrap-around" of the eight-episode series revolves around the mysterious disappearance of a young cyber-security analyst and the trail of stories she leaves behind for her friends to unravel. Among others, Dark/Web stars Nicholas Brendon (Buffy The Vampire Slayer), Brian Elerding, Lana McKissack, Sibongile Mlambo, Michael Nardelli, Rene Heger, Noemi Gonzalez, and Siobhan Fallon Hogan. Roxy Shih will direct the serialized segments of the series, with the stand-alone segments to be...
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Greetings Lrm faithful!
I know it’s been awhile since we first announced the screenplay contest for the upcoming webseries Dark/Web, but rest assured, it was no easy task to narrow down the stellar screenplays you all sent in, but of course, we had to make a decision.
Lrm and the architects of last year’s cult hit Circle are proud to present the screenplay contest winner (drumroll, please):
As we mentioned above, there were a lot of contenders here, but Webster eventually won us over with his deftly-written script, “Hacked.”
The logline for the heart-pounding winning entry is as follows:
“When a chance encounter with a pop star brings seventeen-year-old Misty Hansen instant online fame, she thinks her dreams have come true. But after a series of pranks puts her life in danger, Misty discovers that getting noticed online can be a total nightmare, and »
- Latino Review
2 items from 2016
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