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Free HORROR Screenwriting Summit

This coming week (Oct. 16th-19th), you can sign up for free access to a summit on Horror screenwriting, production, and marketing. Check out the panelists and speakers at www.genresummit.com.

Film

Local Independent Film Spotlight II - Chad Eric Smith

Growing their craft from strength to strength. That’s what the movers and shakers in local independent film have been up to. Chad Eric Smith is one of those intelligent talents who’s been doing exactly that. 2,404 more words

Film And Television Commentary

Free Distribution Tips Video Series

Recently I watched Film Trooper’s FREE New Adventures in In Film Distribution. It’s a three part video series discussing VOD and audience defining techniques. You can sign up for the free series… 75 more words

Film

Scriptnotes #300 & The Difference Between Screenwriting & Directing

The moment came at 64 minutes and 11 seconds into episode #300 of Scriptnotes when Chris McQuarrie explained the differences between screenwriting and film directing in just 18 words: 386 more words

Screenwriting

Interview with Film Director Danny Darren

Danny Darren arrived in the UK in 1997 as a refugee and has since become a director, actor and producer based in London. Originating from Kurdistan he has crossed many… 356 more words

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My predictions for The 89th Academy Awards

I usually go all out when it comes to Oscar predictions every year but this year I’ve had little to no time to prepare – unfortunately some people have to work full weekends – so I’ve basically highlighted below which nominee I think/hope is going to win in each category tonight and for strict time purposes, I’ve limited it to just the main categories that will surely be the most anticipated: 161 more words

Oscars

Love and Death by Hollander

Neil Hollander might be best known for his movies where he talked about the connection between death and love. Already with his first film “The last sailors” Hollander insisted on the unity of love and death, and the film H for Hunger ends with their opposition, with a pending outcome. 376 more words

Neil Hollander