Self-Destruct by Luke Dawson | Script Revolution


Ready to sacrifice themselves for the greater good, the crew of a star-ship argue about the plan moments before impact.



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Submitted: June 3, 2019
Last Updated: June 3, 2019

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The Writer: Luke Dawson

At the ripe age of 22 I began to explore many different career paths before settling on my great passion of writing. From a young age, I loved poetry and was always encouraged by my teachers at school to pursue it, however it wasn't until reaching university that I truly began to thrive with my writing. I started writing films during my first group project during my first year at the University of Lincoln but never felt that this truly harnessed my potential. Being an outgoing sort of man, I ventured to Minnesota, US in my second year to study for a semester. I took part in several projects, my favourite of which and crowning achievement was an impromptu participation in the Minnesota State... Go to bio

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