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Deus Ex Machina: "Adaptation"

Welcome back you Scotch and a Movie enthusiasts! I’m pretty pumped up to still be here for our second round of the Scotch and a Movie blog. 1,344 more words


Louis C.K. Looks Back On How He Ruined Jimmy Fallon's Audition For 'The Dana Carvey Show'

Louis C.K. brought a very funny, almost perfect Jimmy Fallon story with him to The Tonight Show. I say it’s perfect because not only does it feature the typical Louis C.K. 218 more words


Interview: Joel Barish, Thoughts on Screenplay Analysis

Joel Barish runs the site SearchingForCharlieKaufman.wordpress.com, where he provides amazing analysis on professional screenplays. He also offers notes for a fee – they are a great deal, if anyone out there needs some help on a screenplays they are working on. 2,156 more words

The Craft: Screenwriting

117 - Adaptation and Bart's Soul

I learned about Pablo Neruda from the Simpsons in an episode where Bart sells his soul.  I learned about classic film, scientific theories and television history from them as well.   541 more words

Book Review

Synecdoche, New York

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He is restless. He is boggled, affected, disturbed and awed. He wants to watch that two hour saga again and let the feeling of this restlessness sink in. 603 more words

Charlie Kaufman

The Establishing Shot

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He imagines a long shot. He is in that long shot. Location is a spacious drawing room with stairs inside the room. A gauche, yet smug looking person (obviously himself. 463 more words

Charlie Kaufman