Eric is a script editor, script consultant and provides script coverage.
He is versed in script analysis, screenplay format in the Hollywood style and has done work for an international clientele. View some of his testimonials here.
He has written and produced 3 short films > Life Blood; First Date and Medium Rare.
His screenplay for The Next Job won the Best Screenplay Award in the 48-Hour Film Competition, 2014 – Singapore leg.
Eric has written and sold screenplays and hopes to see these on the big screen or at least as telemovies.
He is passionate about writing and works daily on his feature film screenplays and TV dramas.
Here is a sample of one his projects that can be made into a 2-D or 3-D series:
Episode 7: DINNER TIME
INT. DINING/KITCHEN – EVENING
Whinny serves Katty and Doggy their dinners.
Doggy furiously wags his tail and digs into his meal
Keep wagging, Junior, and
I’ll turn you into a hamster.
There you go, sweetie. Enjoy!
Whinny places a heavy bowl on the floor next to Katty.
Enjoy? Cat food! Cat food! Cat food!
Seven days a week, 52 weeks a year!
Hon, is dinner ready?
You do the wine and
I’ll get the chicken.
Now you’re talking, woman.
I want, I want, I want.
Katty rubs, wraps herself around Whinny’s ankle and purrs adorably.
Whinny lifts Katty and gently places her back at her bowl.
Go on, sweetie, munchie-munchie.
You don’t want Mummy tripping over, do you?
You just gave me an idea,
Macho is at the table on wine service. Whinny collects the plate of chicken drumsticks from the warmer.
Katty grabs Doggy’s bone and darts under Whinny’s feet.
With a YELP, Doggy gives excited chase.
Whinny, with a loud CRY, trips over Doggy.
The plates fly out her hands and the chicken pieces scatter across the kitchen.
Amidst SHOUTS and CRIES, Macho jumps up to help Whinny to her feet.
Doggy returns to his bowl, with the bone clamped in his jaws. He proudly drops it and continues gulping his interrupted meal.
The dinner is ruined!
Awwh! That’s okay, Hon.
We’ll simply rinse off the chicken,
warm them up a little and
they’ll be as good as new.
Where were you, Bad Breath,
when they were handing
And I was so looking
forward to a nice meal.
Macho collects the chicken drumsticks off the floor.
I could have sworn
you prepared six drumsticks.
Doggy! You naughty boy!
Katty rises and, with regal disdain, disappears around the corner.
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