WRITERS: Write a Script for the History Repeats Itself: Botched Assassinations short film. Please use THIS OUTLINE as a reference.



WRITERS: Write a Script for the History Repeats Itself: Botched Assassinations short film. Please use THIS OUTLINE as a reference.

Little Dragon: Visual Request List

VISUAL ARTISTS: Please refer to THIS VISUAL REQUEST LIST when contributing your Visuals for the Little Dragon collab. 




* Russell with Wings (Various Views / Angles / Poses)

*  Young Russell (Various Views / Angles / Poses)

* Birds (Different Shapes & Sizes + One without Wings)

* Dog

* Lizards (Different Shapes & Sizes) 

* Other Dragons (Male & Female / Various Ages)

* Humans (Male & Female / Various Ages)

* Miscellaneous Characters



* Cave

* Rocks

* Arrows

* Ice

* Various Ice Sculptures

* Fire / Flames

* Petrol / Matches

* Smoke

* Miscellaneous Props



* Hamlets / Castles / Huts / Buildings

* Quaint Village

* Quaint Village on Fire

* Russell’s Bed

* Backgrounds (Rolling Fields / Sky / Landscapes)

* Miscellaneous Settings



WRITERS: Contribute a new, shocking ending to THIS SCRIPT. Also, contribute any puns & innuendos that fit within the script.



VOICE OVER ARTISTS: Please refer to this script when contributing your Voice Over performances of The Narrator & Sally.



- Fade in to reveal a the title of our short, ‘GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MOM.’

- Cross fade through different shots of moms holding and caring for their children.

NARRATOR: Mothers… It’s been said that they know best. But what do we know about them? Who were they before they were ‘Mom?’ To answer that question, we’ll have to go back before even you were born.

SALLY: Who me?

NARRATOR: That’s right, Sally. It wasn’t that long ago that your mom was your age.

SALLY: My Age?

NARRATOR: That’s right. But back then your mom wasn’t, well, your mom yet.

SALLY: Then, who was she?

NARRATOR: Well, she was just like you.

- SALLY looks doubtful.

NARRATOR: Here, let me show you.

- SALLY sits down and watches attentively.

NARRATOR (Cont.): You see, in her youth, your mom focused on things like friends…

- MOM (14) walks with her friends - laughing and talking.

NARRATOR (Cont.): Boys…

- She and her friends giggle as a few guys walk by.

NARRATOR (Cont.): …And school.

- She sits in a library and reads a book, her large glasses prominent.

NARRATOR (Cont.): Remind you of anyone?

- SALLY gasps, takes off her own simmilar large glasses and hides them behind her back.

NARRATOR (Cont.): Don’t believe me, huh?

- SALLY shakes her head, petulant.

NARRATOR (Cont.): Well gee, you have hopes don’t ya?

SALLY: Yeah…

NARRATOR: …And dreams?

SALLY: Uh Huh (yes)

NARRATOR: Well so did your mom! (aside) Until you came along.

SALLY: (concerned) Wait. What?

NARRATOR: Whoa there Sally, that’s jumping a little too far ahead. Your mom had a lot of growing up to do before you arrived…

- MOM (18) sits in a college dorm room. A YOUNG MAN knocks on the door. The screen freezes just as the YOUNG MAN smiles.

SALLY: Hey, wait a minute; that’s not my dad!

NARRATOR: No shit! The truth is…

- SALLY leans forward.

NARRATOR (Cont.): …Before she met your dad, your mom dated other people.

SALLY: Other people?

NARRATOR: She sure did.

SALLY: How many?

NARRATOR: Well, let’s see. There was Brian…

-A JOCK catches a football and poses for the camera.



-A tall, tattooed guy, with cut up jeans and a mohawk, nods and snarls at the camera while he holds a ‘nerdy’ student upside down.

NARRATOR: (Faster cuts of guys waving at the camera flash up on the screen as the Narrator reads off the list) There was Michael, John, Enrique, Steve…

- SALLY’s eyes widen as the list continues to flash up on screen…

NARRATOR: …Jean-Pierre, Lazy Dave… Chris, Brian, Jennifer…

SALLY: Jennifer!?

NARRATOR: The point is, when she was at school your mom had a lot going on.

SALLY: But then she became my mom, right?


SALLY: There’s more?

NARRATOR: And how.

-We PAN LEFT from a building entrance.

NARRATOR: After your mom graduated college, everything started falling into place for her. She had her dream job…

- MOM (25) seen shaking hands with her boss, smiling at camera.

NARRATOR: her dream car…

-She shakes hands with a salesman, same pose, smiling at camera.

NARRATOR: …she even met your father.

- Mom and Dad shake hands at the altar - exactly the same pose.

NARRATOR: Yes, everything was going just as planned. That was, until August 10th, 2004.

SALLY: Hey, that’s my birthday.

NARRATOR: That’s right!

SALLY: But that means…

NARRATOR: Don’t worry Sally, some of the best things in life AREN’T planned. Your mom found that out on the day you were born.

-We ZOOM IN on MOM (28) holding her child

-SALLY smiles, and proudly puts her large glasses back on.

NARRATOR: (encouragingly) There ya go.

-We FADE OUT from SALLY and FADE IN to the NARRATOR walking towards and talking to the camera.

NARRATOR: So what do you know about your mom? Maybe you’ve already asked all the important questions. Maybe you’re afraid to ask. Either way, you should try…

- Quick ZOOM IN on the NARRATOR’s face.


- The title, ‘Getting to Know Your Mom’ WIPES onto the screen as the NARRATOR says it.




VOICE OVER ARTISTS: Contribute Voice Over performances of both the Narrator & Girl from THIS SCRIPT.



WRITERS: Write a Script or a Story Treatment about a Virtual World online.

EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord a Video Testimonial about a specific experience you’ve had w/ online gaming.



WRITERS: REmix THIS SCRIPT by JasonAngelone.



COMEDY WRITERS: Write Comedy Sketches using the game of Truth or Dare as a prompt for our episode RE: Secrets.

EVERYONE WITH A CAMERA: RECord yourself sharing an experience you had with the game of Truth or Dare. 

WRITERS: Write a Script for a Voiceover Narration. Use this Storyboard as a guide for your Scripts.
VOICEOVER ARTISTS: Choice a Script you like and perform a reading of it.
VISUAL ARTISTS: Contribute Visuals, Backgrounds, Character Designs, or an Entire Scene for this collab. Use this Storyboard as an example of the Scenes we are looking for.



WRITERS: Write a Script for a Voiceover Narration. Use this Storyboard as a guide for your Scripts.

VOICEOVER ARTISTS: Choice a Script you like and perform a reading of it.

VISUAL ARTISTS: Contribute Visuals, Backgrounds, Character Designs, or an Entire Scene for this collab. Use this Storyboard as an example of the Scenes we are looking for.


CALLING ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS! We are making a new Getting Started Video and we want you to be a part of it! Please RECord yourself performing the “Community Member Lines” in the Script below.

NOTE: When you contribute your videos, please list the lines of the Script that you performed in the description.


  • MATT LINE:  Are we RECording?  Matt Conley here, hitRECord’s Community Director, and on behalf of our Global Community, I want to welcome you to hitRECord.


  • MATT LINE: Now that you’ve joined the site, there are lots of ways to get started. Let us show you around a bit…

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #2: Think of hitRECord as a studio where artists collaborate on projects together and remix each other’s work.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #3: It’s open to anyone who wants to upload original audio, video, text or images, or anything from the public domain.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #4: Once your work is uploaded to the site, it becomes a RECord, and your RECords can be downloaded by other members of the community to remix, refine, revise, or reimagine and then re-upload to the site for further remixing.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #5: We never consider any RECORD on HITRECORD to be “final,” even if it’s used as a completed piece in a money-making production or during a live event. RECORDS can always be downloaded and remixed into something else entirely.

  • MATT LINE: So, how do you contribute a RECord to hitRECord?

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #6: See that Red RECord button up at the top of the page? Click on it, and you’ll be taken to the upload page.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #7: Adding a new RECord to the site is not hard, but here are some steps to follow.

  • First, choose the type of file you’re going to upload.
  • Select Choose File.
  • Find it on your computer.
  • And upload it to the site!
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  • Hit the red record button one more time, and your RECord will be released.

  • MATT LINE: OK! So you’ve contributed a RECord to the site, but now what?

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #8: Maybe your RECord might be a good fit for a collaboration that the hitRECord community is already working on? 

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #9: To find active collaborations, check out our Featured page by clicking on the ‘House’ icon. 

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #10: Take a look around and see if any active collaborations stand out to you! There are all sorts of collaborations happening at any given time.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #11: Maybe you’re a writer and you just released an idea for a short film? 

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #12: Scroll down, and click on the link for writers. You’ll be presented with a number of active collaborations looking for pieces of writing. Maybe your idea could be a good fit for one of these collaborations? 

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #13: Or, maybe you’ll find a collaboration that will inspire you to contribute a new RECord?

  • MATT LINE: Another great way to find collaborations is to follow other community members and use your dashboard as a way to see what they’re working on and recommending. 

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #14: When you click on your dashboard for the first time, you’ll notice that you’re automatically signed up to follow REGularJOE and hitRECord’s account.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #15: But you can follow anyone who’s work you like by clicking on ‘SUBSCRIBE TO MY RECORDS AND RECOMMENDATIONS’ found on their user page.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #16: So, who should you subscribe to? The short answer is anyone who’s work that stands out to you! A good place to start is to follow hitRECord’s Staff and Resident Curators, which can be found at

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #17: Resident curators are hitRECord community members who have been contributing RECords for a while, and they have an eye for some of the best work that’s being created everyday. 

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #18: Subscribe to some of them, and their RECords and RECommendations will show up in your Dashboard. This is a great to way to discover other new artists that you can subscribe to.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #19: Another great way to discover RECords is to browse the site. Click browse at the top of the page and choose a number of different ways to find RECords that you might be interested in. 

  • MATT LINE: Now that you’re following some great artists and know how to search for RECords, we should discuss REmix.

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #20: REmixing is a huge part of our creative process - it’s how we make things together. Here’s an example:

COMMUNITY MEMBERS LINE #21: Maybe you find an instrumental that you like. You could download it, add your vocals to it, and re-upload it as a new RECord for others to add to and remix. Or you could download another artist’s stock footage, add your own audio to it, and upload that as a new RECord for others to add to and remix.

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  • Thanks again! 


Contribute to the “RE: GETTING STARTED” collab HERE!


We are making a new Getting Started Video and we want you to be a part of it! Please RECord yourself performing the “Community Member Lines” of the script.


ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS: RECord yourself on camera performing the lines in THIS “GETTING STARTED” SCRIPT. Please feel free to put your own spin on the lines (you don’t have to read verbatim) & be as creative as you’d like with your performances. The deadline for contributions is Monday, May 12th.


Contribute to the “RE: GETTING STARTED” collab HERE!


CALLING ALL ILLUSTRATORS AND GRAPHIC DESIGNERS: Here is the *NEW* Visual Request List for the “History Repeats Itself” Short Film we’re making together for our RE: Patterns TV episode. CONTRIBUTE HERE


NOTE: Please refer to THIS SCRIPT and THIS VOICE OVER for additional References.

ADDITIONAL NOTE: Check out THIS MOOD BOARD by wirrow as a visual reference.



* Newspaper/Pamphlet Clipping Mock-Ups (in the style of each era)

  • London Plague articles
  • Haley’s Comet articles
  • Y2K articles
  • Advertisement clippings for nuclear shelters, prayer groups, etc.
  • Leaflets with various religious warnings

* Miscellaneous Paper Texture Scans, including:

  • Old Paper
  • Dated Journal Paper
  • Lined Paper
  • Graph Paper
  • Post-Its
  • Ink-Stained Paper
  • Paper w/ Scribblings on it

* Scrapbook elements, including:

* Felt Pen Illustrations of:

  • Computers
  • Rats
  • Skulls
  • Sick People (dying of the Plague)
  • Scared People (terrified of explosions)

* Hand-Drawn Fonts (in Pen, Felt Pen, or Pencil) of the following Title Cards:

  • 1666
  • 1910
  • 2000
  • The End

* Specific Themed Ephemera, including:

  • Biology/Chemistry Drawings
  • Miscellaneous Diagrams
  • X-Ray Scans
  • Microscopic Photo Slides
  • "Poison" Symbols & Warning Labels
  • "Plague" Themed Sketches
  • Astrophysics Papers, Diagrams, and Bits

* Additional Images & Illustrations:

  • Computer “Error” Messages (Windows 2000-era graphics)
  • Blank Book Cover Scan (plain book - with no text on it - that looks old)




It’s time to animate the footage I shot for our TV show’s "Political Action 2" short film & remix visuals from the collab together!


ANIMATORS: Download THIS REFERENCE CUT for the Cut Scene / Gameplay green screen footage & the Sound Effects, and animate Level 1-4 Cut Scene / Gameplay footage based on THIS SCRIPT.


Contribute to the “POLITICAL ACTION 2” collab HERE!

VISUAL ARTISTS & ANIMATORS:  Animate & Illustrate THESE VISUALS for “History Repeating Itself.” Please refer to THIS VOICE OVER. CONTRIBUTE HERE


Come work w/ us!

VISUAL REQUEST LIST: The Mushroom, Of Course

ILLUSTRATORS: Here is the Visual Request List for “The Mushroom, Of Course” Short Film we’re making together for our RE: The Other Side TV episode. CONTRIBUTE HERE


Please refer to THIS SCRIPT and THIS GREEN SCREEN EDIT for additional Reference.



  • BASEMENT SETTING (w/ Buzz & Jared)

          - It’s dark and very claustrophobic

  • CITY APARTMENT (w/ Coady & Dale)

          ⁃ It’s very open and bright, with big windows looking out on the          city skyline

  • STREET (Skateboarding Scene)

          - The street has lots of obstacles that Buzz must evade


  • BASEMENT Props
  • STREET Props
  • Miscellanous Trippy & Physchedlic Imagery and Props
  • Posters (both blacklight and non-blacklight versions)
  • Chairs for each setting
  • Emojiss (current ones are temp, so please create new Purple Squash, Shit, and Baby Chick Emojis)
  • Bong
  • Pipe
  • Smoke Effects
  • Various Guitar Pedals (Sad Fuzz, Metal Bro, Doooom, Delay-ay-ay pedals)
  • Psychedelic Monsters
  • Kale Salad
  • Junk Food Cereal (Box and Cereal)
  • Smoke Effects
  • Phone Graphics
  • Skyline & Buildings outside City Apartment
  • Bus
  • Skunk
  • Skateboard
  • Additional Props & Visuals