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Frame My Mind (Short Film Screenplay)


Perspective is everything as two city goers experience an almost parallel day with completely contrasted outcomes.

Our Review:

This is a kind of script that will make an excellent short film. After all, what’s life without hope & love!!! The building of characters, both the pessimist and the optimist from the start till the end is cleverly written and well suited to its purpose. Frame of mind is all about one city, two different people & a ton of difference in each one’s perspective. The way each event fall out and are interlinked shows the chain of actions and the forth coming results purely based on one’s reaction. This script leaves one to ponder, who am I, each time I grumble? Do I ever need the blue glow on my chest or the warm yellow one?

Writer Biography

Xandar was born in Eastern Europe and immigrated to the United States at a young age. Xandar made his short film festival debut with the project "Worth Fighting For". He was privileged to study under brilliant mentors, such as Leo Partible, prior to his recent return to the film industry after a 5 year hiatus. His most recent short film as writer & direct, "Worth Fighting For (2021)" has been an official selection of 17 film festivals with 14 awards thus far. Additionally, Xandar has a total of 23 awards for "Best Short Script" between his short horror screenplay "Dear Agony" and the short drama screenplay "Frame My Mind" which was co-written by first-time screenwriter Fauna Nicole.


  • Xandar Screenwriter Worth Fighting For

  • Fauna Nicole Screenwriter


  • Project Type: Short Script

  • Genres: Drama, Neo-Noir

  • Number of Pages: 11

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Language: English

  • First-time Screenwriter: Yes

  • Student Project: No

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