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For the DBZ: Getting Fit from the Sofa!

Credits: all scripting prepared by Victoria Elizabeth (October 2014), edited by Carmen Perez (executive producer).

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Adventures of a Web Series Newbie - Chapter 80: Disruption

The conception of disruption with regards to the internet is relatively new.  What it means is, something, let’s say broadcast television exists and something else, let’s say, streaming digital media, comes in and replaces it as a preferred mode of viewing. 254 more words

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#SixWeekSpec - It's a Movie! Maybe?

I had originally came up with my #SixWeekSpec idea as a TV show, but I kept going back and forth on whether or not to make it into a movie instead. 264 more words

TV Writer Tip Tuesday.

Today’s tip is brought you by the industry standard on page count. Let’s start with the distinction between a screenplay and a novel. In a novel, you can have lengthy prose filled with descriptive details that go on and on page after page creating a beautiful work of art. 206 more words


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#SixWeekSpec Update: It's Done!

Monday night at 12:09am, I was finally able to type the words “fade out”. Towards the end I was really anxious to just get it over with and move on to the next project. 291 more words

Keeping Things Fresh

Another subject that people on Twitter have asked me to cover in the blog is how to keep a long-running show “fresh”. After three seasons of Wolfblood, I suppose I should know a few things about that… 451 more words