Last night was Day #2 of Augusta's own Poison Peach Film Festival, featuring films (both shorts and features) by Southeastern (U.S.A.) filmmakers, mostly from the Augusta GA region. There was an announcement that the Augusta chapter of the Southeastern Filmmakers Guild (I think that's the name) meets downtown every third Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. I want to go to one of these meetings with my screenplay synopses; I just have to check all my backed up files to see which screenplays survived the loss of my desktop and first external hard drive. Some of them are old enough to be backed up on 3.5 diskettes, and fortunately for me, I have an external drive for those. So even if I don't have the old screenplays on a flash drive or the laptop or my new external hard drive, there's still a chance I've got them somewhere. I haven't finished/published a novel in years, and my plans of doing a web comic were doomed before I even began, but maybe these film-making meetings can help me get one of my screenplays produced. There's not much money in these indie movies, but it's something on my resume. The next meeting is the 1/19/2016, so I'll try to go to that. I'll keep y'all posted.
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