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2009: A Film of Simplicity and The Concern of Time


Week 2 of writing the ever so gentle 2009 short film on the pressing nature of our forward thinking minds in a very present life.  154 more words

The Best Horror Movies of the Past 50 Years, Part 3! The Seventies! 1976-1979!

Hi, there, horror fans! Last time we looked at how Hollywood was unafraid to make more experimental horror features in the early 1970s. Although Spielberg’s “JAWS” would lead to studios forever chasing the summer blockbuster, the late Seventies were still an exciting time for horror movies. 1,148 more words

ELLE: New feature film written by Kaitlin Puccio

Written by Kaitlin Puccio

A grieving scientist creates an AI in his dead wife’s image, but his grip on reality and ethics deteriorates when he is left with an insatiable desire to preserve her essential identity. 7 more words

Aesop’s Fables: A Treasure Trove of Screenplay Starters

“So, what’s your play about,” I asked. Five minutes and 500 words later, I still didn’t know. If Aesop had been a moviemaker, he would have had no difficulty answering such a question. 1,051 more words


Future 15: Write a screenplay

Besides being an author of literary fiction, I dream of also being a screenwriter. I love movies, and I often dreamed of being a part of the team that made a movie happen. 72 more words

TV vs. Feature Films (Vince Gilligan)

Back in 2010, J.C. Frenan of Slant Magazine asked Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan this question, ‘You’ve worked in both television and feature films. Do you have a preference for either one?’ 172 more words


Argument Set-Up: you got a problem with that?

With help from Joseph Harris and Gerald Graff, we have begun to think and rethink argument as something both social and dynamic–something that moves and responds to other arguments, other ideas. 1,168 more words

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