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New York Kids

I don’t usually review individual episodes of a TV series, but in the case of New York’s finest medical examiner, Henry Morgan’s, most recent adventure I make an exception. 296 more words


One Draft is Not Enough

There’s a scene in Moneyball I particularly like. Brad Pitt’s character, Billy Beane, and his first base coach, Ron Washington, are talking to Chris Pratt’s character, Scott Hatteberg, about playing first base. 1,314 more words


StoryAlity#70D - The Evolving Self (Csikszentmihalyi 1993)

The Evolving Self (Csikszentmihalyi 1993)

Why use the evolutionary perspective to analyze and understand: Story, Screenplay and Movie – success ?

There are in fact, … 3,903 more words


Screenwriting Tip - All About Editing

When I wrote my first screenplay, I thought it was the best thing in the universe. In my head, it was as good as peanut butter on toast, a walk on a crisp summers eve, as good as Samwise Gamgee in  477 more words



Evening folks,

Tonight I just want to share with you the screenplay that I wrote about in my first post. You can find it here… 28 more words


Five Reasons Indie Filmmakers Must Get Serious About Development Level Table Reads

If you are a regular reader and are not already aware of the hectic pace of film production, you’ve probably concluded from previous posts that we always find a way to remind you how busy we are. 2,812 more words


Where’s The Man?

I am a screenwriter, and one of the most important things to me is the use of strong, daring, and above all, unique, female characters in my films. 488 more words