Two years ago when I submitted my short script RED LIGHT into the '50 Kisses' international screenwriting competition, I only dreamt it would eventually play on the big screen as part of a feature film. Fast forward two years and to Thursday, February 13th, 2014 and that dream became a reality. It was on this night at the Genesis Cinema in the east end of London, England that '50 Kisses' the feature film had its theatrical red carpet premiere and not only was RED LIGHT a part of it, but I was fortunate enough to attend. It was a marvellous evening highlighted by the sold out cinema, and the positive reviews given by everyone who attended. '50 Kisses' ended up finishing #2 that weekend at the UK box-office based on a per-screen average; fantastic news for everyone involved, but there was more to that evening than just that. In attendance was also a representative of the Guinness Book of World Records. This individual was there to see if we were able to break a record that's stood since 1943 - most screenwriters on a feature film. And we did it! The previous record was held by 'Forever And A Day' which had 21 credited screenwriters. '50 Kisses' has 51. And on April 2, 2014 we were officially announced as the new record holder. Kind of neat. What's next for '50 Kisses' the feature film? We are currently sending the film to as many international film festivals as possible. Our goal is to have as many people see the film as possible because of it's uniqueness and the way it was made. To this point it's been a great experience, so much so that I often pinch myself to make sure it's not in fact a dream.