My work consists of a large number of shorts, mostly along Outer Limit/Twilight Zone style with a twist ending, an action/adventure feature, and specs for Eureka, Grimm, and Supernatural.
Everything except the Supernatural spec, (Just finished) has made the finals or top ten in at least one screenwriting competition.
Since the internet has practically eliminated distribution costs, the short film industry is experiencing a phase similar to the early years of music videos. Demand is rising and there is now great potential for shorts to become profitable.
Name: Daniel Chomistek
Lives in: Medicine Hat, Canada
Occupation: Photographer (Still) and Screenwriter
Tunnel Another Way
Film (short) by Jon Kiel Screenwriter Sentient creatures find themselves lost in a system of tunnels. With no knowledge of how they got there and almost no water to drink, they strive to find a way out.
http://www.extremescreenwriting.com/2015Finalists.html 3 shorts finishe top 12. "Fishers of Men" "Slave To The Bottle" "If You Do Not Wish To Accept..."
http://www.tablereadmyscreenplay.com/winners/year/2015_2 "Fishers Of Men
http://storypros.com/5thISCFinalists.html "The Golden Lily"
https://screencraft.org/2015/05/01/2015-screencraft-short-screenplay-contest-quarter-finalists-announced/ "How To Snag That Boy You Love."
American Gem Literary Festival (As of Sept 29) Four shorts made first cut. A Nice Day For A Drive, How to Snag That Boy You Love, Those With No Voice, & Ye Old Recruiting Station.
http://www.thewritersplace.org/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi/archive/addonlist/20130530095516/ The Warred Room
http://championscreenwriting.blogspot.ca/ "Ye Old Recruting Station" finished as finalist. "If You Do Not Wish To Accept..." and "Infomercials We'd Like to See" to Semi finals. by Daniel Chomistek
http://www.filmmakers.com/contests/short/2009/win/ "Bait" "The Bone Pile" Dear Apocalyptic Days"
http://www.filmmakers.com/contests/short/2007/win/ "Bayou Booty"
http://www.moviebytes.com/ContestDetail.cfm?tab=tab3&ContestNumber=435&StoryID=3098 "Get Along Little Doggies"