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INT. OFFICE - MORNING...NIGHT...AFTERNOON?

I always see little blurbs about writing habits. Habits like getting up early to write before the day really starts or staying up late, etc. I hear stories about successful scripts being written… 218 more words

Screenwriting

Mourning a Warrior Woman

 Princess, general, rebel, surviving monarch of a dead world. And yet, that represents a fraction of Carrie Fisher’s accomplishments. It’s a dark day for the rebellion, and an unfortunate end to an unpleasant year. 150 more words

Good versus Bad

Ever got into an argument about a film you thought was great and everyone else in the pub thought was rubbish? And you couldn’t defend your opinion? 200 more words

Film Writing

Xavier Dolan: Beyond His Years

Dedicated to Matt Wager

Xavier Dolan was born eight months before me in 1989, his talent knows no bounds. A child actor by profession from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, he turned to writing and directing in 2009 with his astonishing debut… 1,751 more words

Film Writing

Night into Day: Another Look at Neil Jordan’s Mona Lisa

I have a long relationship with the film Mona Lisa (Jordan, 1986) which I believe to be Neil Jordan’s masterpiece. It was my favourite film as a teenager; I watched it many times, each time observing Bob Hoskins’ moving performance as George, a conman fresh out of prison for an unknown crime he did not commit in order to protect his boss Mortwell (Michael Caine). 557 more words

Film Writing

Paris Blues BFI Blu-ray/DVD

It was a real honour to be asked to write an essay for the new Paris Blues Blu/DVD combo as part of their Black Star… 544 more words

Jazz On Film

Secrets to his success A screenwriter helps students get ready for their close up

by Kelly Davis

It’s a bit cliché to ask someone who works in filmmaking, “What’s your favorite movie?” But you have to do it. Carlos de los Rios doesn’t hesitate: Casablanca. 958 more words

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