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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

Writing

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

Tips

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

StoryAlity

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

Screenwriting

Smokeabout

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

MoFudge

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

Company

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

Screenwriting