Slamdance Film Festival Selects 'Thirty Years in Reno' as Top 25 Short Screenplay

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Slamdance receives thousands of film, screenplay, and teleplay entries for both their writing competition and annual film festival. 'Thirty Years in Reno' has been selected as a quarterfinalist in the short screenplay category.

Hard Right Films (HRF) announced today its short screenplay ‘Thirty Years in Reno’ has been selected as a quarterfinalist in the annual Slamdance writing competition.

‘Thirty Years in Reno’, written by Justin Kulik & Mike Kulik, centers around Reno Dalton, a troubled man who builds a shocking device to surprise his childhood piano teacher.

About Slamdance Film Festival

Slamdance is a showcase for raw and innovative filmmaking self governed - By Filmmakers, For Filmmakers. The year-round organization serves new and emerging artists, filmmakers and storytellers. For more information visit http://www.Slamdance.com

About Hard Right Films

Hard Right Films (HRF) is an early stage independent production company located in Upstate New York. HRF has produced short films written & directed by Justin & Mike Kulik and plans to produce its first feature 'Bonfire at the Zoo' in the Summer of 2013. For more information please visit us at http://www.HardRightFilms.com.

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