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You've Finished the Damned Script - Now What? (Anthony Cawood Primers for a Networked World) - Part 3

CONGRATULATIONS TO ANTHONY – for the recent optioning of TWO of his scripts reviewed on STS/SS: A Face in the Crowd and Fridge Feeder.  Two more that we (cough) hadn’t gotten around to have been optioned/sold as well: … 1,318 more words

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Over 200 Dancers Audition for Sleeping Beauty | The Hawth Crawley | Panto News

Evolution, the producers of the year’s Hawth pantomime Sleeping Beauty auditioned over 200 local dancers for their juvenile teams at The Hawth last week. After putting all the hopefuls through their paces, 23 girls were selected to appear alongside TV star, … 193 more words

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All Change - A new site is on it's way! THEATRE SOUTH EAST!

I would like to apologise if posting seems to be a tad erractic at the moment – I keep being asked when I am going to do another personal post as this site seems to have really been taken over by theatre posts now. 431 more words


Notes from a Veteran Writer - Don't Feed the Trolls (P.J. McNeill)

Don’t Feed the Trolls

If you’ve ever joined a message board, read the comments on a YouTube video, or really just used any form of social media, odds are you’ve met a troll. 773 more words

No BullScript Consulting - Danny Manus Script Review (Memories)

One week ago, we reviewed Marnie Mitchell Lister’s Memories - our fourth (but far from final) feature showcase. As readers of Shootin’ the Shorts are aware, our goal at… 2,805 more words


Notes from a Veteran Writer - Is Film School Really Worth It? (P.J. McNeill)

Film School – Is it Worth it?

Should I go to film school?”

It’s a question I’ve answered many, many times; asked by friends, family members, and total strangers. 887 more words

You've Finished the Damned Script - Now What? (Anthony Cawood Primers for a Networked World) - Part 2

Part Two – Getting Feedback

At the beginning of this series, we discussed writer promotion basics; how to establish you (and your work) as an active on-line commodity. 1,429 more words

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