Category Archives: Final Boarding (Writers Guild FAP Screenplay Honoree)

Bharadwaj Honor for Final Boarding Covered in Large India Newspaper

As posted earlier, Radha Bharadwaj has been honored by the Writers Guild for her original screenplay, Final Boarding, and the story has been covered in The Hollywood Reporter, Deadline Hollywood, and Indiewire. The Hindu, one of India’s oldest and largest English-language daily newspapers, has now come out with a profile of Radha and some of her fellow honorees of Indian descent: Here is the link to the story, entitled “Scripting Success.”

As described in greater detail in the earlier post, Final Boarding is a suspense with the intersecting stories of four strangers who are, for different reasons, desperate to catch the same flight from Los Angeles to New York.  What they don’t know–but what we, the viewers, learn at the outset–is that the flight is doomed.

Final Boarding on Black List; Bharadwaj Honor Covered on Black List Blog

As posted earlier, Radha Bharadwaj has been honored by the Writers Guild for her original screenplay, Final Boarding, and the story has been covered in The Hollywood Reporter, Deadline Hollywood, and Indiewire. The story has now also been covered on Go Into the Story by Scott Myers, the official screenwriting blog of The Black List (link here). Final Boarding will also soon be featured on The Black List, a site the helps filmmakers and other movie industry professionals find excellent scripts.

As described in greater detail in the earlier post, Final Boarding is a suspense with the intersecting stories of four strangers who are, for different reasons, desperate to catch the same flight from Los Angeles to New York.  What they don’t know–but what we, the viewers, learn at the outset–is that the flight is doomed.

Indiewire Covers Bharadwaj Honor for Final Boarding

As posted earlier, Radha Bharadwaj has been honored by the Writers Guild for her original screenplay, Final Boarding, and the story has been covered in The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline HollywoodIndiewire has covered it as well: Here is the link.

As described in greater detail in the earlier post, Final Boarding is a suspense with the intersecting stories of four strangers who are, for different reasons, desperate to catch the same flight from Los Angeles to New York.  What they don’t know–but what we, the viewers, learn at the outset–is that the flight is doomed.

Deadline Hollywood Covers Bharadwaj Honor for Final Boarding

As posted earlier, Radha Bharadwaj has been honored by the Writers Guild for her original screenplay, Final Boarding, and the story has been covered in The Hollywood Reporter. Deadline Hollywood has covered it as well:  Here is the link.

As described in greater detail in the earlier post, Final Boarding is a suspense with the intersecting stories of four strangers who are, for different reasons, desperate to catch the same flight from Los Angeles to New York.  What they don’t know–but what we, the viewers, learn at the outset–is that the flight is doomed.

Hollywood Reporter Covers Bharadwaj Honor for Final Boarding

As posted earlier, Radha Bharadwaj has been honored by the Writers Guild for her original screenplay, Final Boarding. Here is a link to The Hollywood Reporter’s coverage of the story.

As described in greater detail in the earlier post, Final Boarding is a suspense with the intersecting stories of four strangers who are, for different reasons, desperate to catch the same flight from Los Angeles to New York.  What they don’t know–but what we, the viewers, learn at the outset–is that the flight is doomed.

Writers Guild Honors Bharadwaj for Her Screenplay, Final Boarding

Radha Bharadwaj has been selected as a Writers Guild Feature Access Program honoree for her original screenplay, Final Boarding. Final Boarding is a nail-biting suspense featuring the intersecting story lines of four strangers who are, for different reasons, desperate to catch the same Los Angeles-to-New York flight. What they don’t know–but what we, the viewers, learn in the first scene–is that the flight will crash, killing all aboard. After the flight’s doomed fate is revealed at the outset, the story flashes back to follow each of the protagonists as they struggle mightily to catch the flight. Because of a massive demonstration, they have to fight through one of the worst traffic jams in LA history.  We don’t learn until the very end which of the protagonists will succeed in catching the flight–and hence perish–and which, in spite of their relentless efforts, will miss the flight–and hence survive.

Here is a link to the Writers Guild’s announcement of Radha’s honor, which in turn includes a link to the screenplay itself.