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the story of the Project Greenlight script selection process.

the story of the Project Greenlight script selection process. Before there was fame for Pete Jones and “Stolen Summer,” there were hundreds of scriptwriters submitting scripts in the first round of the Project Greenlight selection process. Judges were other contestants, who provided feedback on the other contestants’ scripts. Anthony Zoubek of The Daily Vidette at …

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Project Greenlight ends Sunday.

Project Greenlight ends Sunday. HBO’s Project Greenlight‘s final episode will air Sunday at 9:30 p.m. ET. The Sun-Times’ Phil Rosenthal writes that the finale has “a genuinely happy ending” after a season of watching “mishaps and missteps.” The show that Entertainment Weekly called “addictive train-wreck TV” had its product, the film Stolen Summer, screened at …

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HBO: Project Greenlight “exceeded our expectations in every way.”

HBO: Project Greenlight “exceeded our expectations in every way.” The “irresistibly watchable” Project Greenlight has “exceeded our expectations in every way,” an HBO exec says. Also, The LA Times’ Patrick Goldstein attributes the show’s popularity in and out of Hollywood to the fact that it’s about “How to Mess Up Your First Movie and Do …

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Project Greenlight “gives in to…the studio system.”

Project Greenlight “gives in to…the studio system.” Writing in Slate, Stephen Metcalf looks at Project Greenlight‘s choice of film and finalist, and says that “instead of courting the wild intangibles that make for great film, the Project Greenlight committee gives in to the same weakness for showboating smoothies, the same inanity of overcaution as its …

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