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Alan C. Baird

Alan C. Baird

Script Consultant at 9TimeZones.com
Editor, Playwright, Screenwriter, Author and Filmmaker

Mesa, Arizona

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September 2018
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About Alan

Alan was born down east, but he now lives just a stone's throw from Phoenix... which is fine and dandy, until the stones are thrown back.
Script Doctor, Consultant: http://9TimeZones.com/b
Portfolio: http://9TimeZones.com/scr
Côte d'Azur (Sky-Blue Coast): http://9TimeZones.com/cote.htm
Vlad the Impaler - Son of Dracul: http://9TimeZones.com/vladti.htm
Screenwright(R) screenplay formatter: http://9TimeZones.com/scr2.htm
Oscars® blog post: http://stage32.com/blog/2116
WGA blog post: http://stage32.com/blog/2120
Bibliography: http://amazon.com/author/acb
Filmography: http://imdb.com/name/nm6248253

Unique traits: A script consultant who's outrageously affordable, amazingly fast, deadly accurate, obsessively detail-oriented, and guarantees to meet your deadline.

Loglines

  • Côte d'Azur

    Côte d'Azur Budget: $5M - $10M | Fantasy Adventure There's nothing quite so romantic as spending one's youth in a foreign land.

  • iSex

    iSex Budget: $0 - $100K | Romance Comedy Blind dating in the iPhone XXX era. Who says a cell phone can't double as a sex toy? Option available, after obtaining my permission. 3pp.

  • Vlad the Impaler: Son of Dracul

    Vlad the Impaler: Son of Dracul Budget: $10M - $30M | Historical Horror Many will assume this is just another retelling of the "Dracula" horror myth... but Vlad's story is true.

Credits

  • Hidden Palms

    Hidden Palms (2007)
    TV Series by The CW (Drama) Actor Pilot episode, written by Kevin Williamson (Scream, Dawson's Creek), filmed in Palm Springs, California. The "Tennis Player" (uncredited) character's sole claim to fame was that he sat behind Gail O'Grady in several shots.

  • Max Headroom

    Max Headroom (1988)
    TV Series by ABC (Sci-Fi) Second Unit Director Directed background footage for Network XXIII monitors (they bought my student film, see below).

  • Country Days, Nashville Nights

    Country Days, Nashville Nights (1981)
    TV Series (Music) Director. Associate Producer Directed 13 half-hour episodes of this syndicated program, a tax write-off scheme.

  • Hollywood Close-Up

    Hollywood Close-Up (1981)
    TV Series (Music) Director. Associate Producer Directed 10 half-hour episodes of this syndicated program, another tax write-off scheme.

  • Saturday Night Live

    Saturday Night Live (1980)
    TV Series by NBC (Comedy) Actor 24 May 1980: Season 5, Episode 20. "Key Page" (uncredited) alongside Buck Henry in the Studio 8H entrance hallway. Lorne said it was okay.

  • A Night in the Day of a Night Receptionist

    A Night in the Day of a Night Receptionist (1972)
    Film (short) Director, Writer Debut student film (Michigan State U), purchased by ABC-TV's Max Headroom series, in their "Cash For Trash" initiative.

Awards

  • Amazon Best Sellers [Côte d'Azur, Vlad the Impaler, Eleven Thousand Virgins, Merlinsky]
    (2020)

  • Sun Microsystems Community Innovation Award - $3,333 [Screenwright(R) screenplay formatter]
    (2008)

  • American Gem Short Screenplay Competition eighth finalist [Azért is..! - Despite everything..!]
    (2007)

  • Writers Network Screenplay & Fiction Competition semifinalist [Eleven Thousand Virgins]
    (2004)

  • American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest quarterfinalist, judged by Francis Ford Coppola [Merlinsky]
    (2003)

  • storySouth Million Writers Award for Fiction [animation script: Azért is..! - Despite everything..!]
    (2003)

  • AFP Top 100 Scripts Competition [The Fall In Budapest]
    (2002)

  • Flashquake Short Fiction Competition second prize [radio play: Both Hands on the Keyboard, Chucko]
    (2002)

  • the very best of www.the-phone-book.com, top 50 [micro fiction: Forsaken]
    (2002)

  • Writers Network Screenplay & Fiction Competition quarterfinalist [Merlinsky]
    (2001)

  • SCRNWRiT First Draft Script Writing Contest finalist [The Fall In Budapest]
    (1998)

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