David Lambertson | Script Revolution
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David Lambertson

Hmmm - how does one craft a writing biography for one that has not spent a life writing? I'll give it a shot. I knew I wanted to be a writer when I was eighteen. I started writing when I was 56. In the years between I got married, had children, got divorced, got married again, had grandchildren and spent more than thirty years as a Government bureaucrat. Exciting - I know. There is good news and bad news in that. The bad news of course is that I spent my life working at a career other than the one I wanted to have. The good news is that I garnered enough life experiences to make my writing more meaningful than it would have been as an eighteen year old. Despite starting late, I have enjoyed some writing success (more on that later) and am rapidly improving in the craft. Best of all, I am now dedicating my mind and time to something that I find worthwhile. Contest success includes: The Beginning of The End and The End * PAGE WINNER (SILVER)  - 2017 * PAGE FINALIST 2016 * Austin Film Festival 2nd Round 2016 * PAGE SEMI-FINALIST 2015 * SCREEN CRAFT QUARTER FINALIST 2015 * ZOETROPE QUARTER FINALIST - (2015) The Last Statesman * PAGE QUARTER-SEMI FINALIST - 2017 * PAGE SEMI-FINALIST 2015 * PAGE FINALIST 2015 * BLUECAT QUARTER- FINALIST - 2012 * NICHOLLS FELLOWSHIP QUARTER FINALIST - 2010 La Loteria PAGE QUARTER-FINALIST - 2017

I can be contacted at:

dlambertson@hotmail.com

 

Awards

Nicholl Fellowship - Quarter-Finalist
(The Last Statesman)
Austin Film Festival - Second-Rounder
(The Beginning of The End and The End)

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Scripts By David

The Object of My Infection
A CDC research technician uses the only tools available to her to stop an abusive husband
Short Drama Available for Free 14pp
1 reader loves this script
Read Review by Zack Zupke
The Five Stages of Grief
A suburban family goes through the five stages of grief during the pandemic
Short Comedy Available for Free 6pp
1 reader loves this script
Read Review by L. Chambers
Shall Be Infringed
he life path of two Columbine survivors.
Short Crime, Drama Available for Free 18pp
Trick or Tweet
Halloween at the White House
Short Comedy Available for Free 12pp
Homecoming
A woman must travel through a strange and dangerous land to get to her final resting place.
Short Drama Available for Free 11pp
Read Review by Steve Miles

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