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Bride to Be

Bride To Be
An anxious bride to be gets some last-minute adjustments made to her wedding gown.

Many girls dream of their wedding dress. Wedding preparations are always so exciting. For some, a dream come true.  

So Brandi Self’s Bride to Be opens in – where else? – a Bridal Shop. 

Clad in a stunning white dress she seems about to burst out of from sheer nerves, Nina brims with excitement. Alone with her dressmaker, she muses on her upcoming nuptials as the silent woman completes final tweaks and tucks.

After zipping and hanging up so many, this one’s perfect, Nina declares. What would make the experience truly magical is to top it off with a veil. Only then will she feel like a real bride!

Before the dressmaker can respond –

Groom Eric dashes in. With less than 48 hours to go, he’ll soon be walking down the aisle…

Until then, he asks for: just one kiss.

We all know it’s bad luck for the bride and groom to see each other before the wedding – and for the groom to see the dress. But what happens next is stranger than you might think!

If you’re a director looking for a new project, consider saying, “I do” to Bride to Be.  Just three pages and one location, with this Bride you’ll be walking down the red carpet with an accolade worthy to write home about!

"Things are not quite what they seem always. Don't start me on class, otherwise you'll get a four-hour lecture. "
—   Sir Michael Caine CBE

The Script

Bride To Be

An nervous bride to be gets some last-minute adjustments made to her wedding gown.

About The Reviewer

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Award-Winning Screenwriter: Canada, 2022

Award-Winning Screenwriter: USA, 2021

Award-Winning Screenwriter: Italy, 2022, 2021


Nominee, Harold L. Brown, Award of Excellence, First-time Screenwriter, 2021


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About The Writer

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Produced, Award-Winning Screenwriter 

I create surreal, carefully constructed stories that dissect love, morality, oppression, identity, alienation, and stagnation by catapulting characters into sometimes absurdly juxtaposed worlds where they must use self-examination as a tool for escape and redemption. 



Rod Serling/Twilight Zone

Charlie Kaufman 

David Lynch

Franz Kafka



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