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Anti-Social Media (a book review)

The novel Anti-Social Media, by first-time author Kate Beth Heywood, describes itself as “savagely funny.” In its own unique way, that statement is entirely true. But let’s get to that later. 704 more words

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Writing Festival Deadlines Today - Screenplay (TV, Feature), Novel, Video Pitch, Poems

See today’s deadlines for the Writing Festival. Get FULL FEEDBACK. Get your work performed by professional actors.

Deadline TODAY: VIDEO PITCH FESTIVAL – Submit your LOGLINE/STORY PITCH and we’ll make it into a movie: 173 more words

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Always Dad

Characters:

Katie: Eighteen-year-old brunette

Mark: Katie’s father, late thirties

Ryan: Deceased Uncle (Ryan’s brother,) late thirties

Elizabeth: Katie’s deceased mother (died when Katie was eleven), late thirties… 841 more words

Adopted

Film Review: Blade Runner The Final Cut, Back To The Dysopian Future

Blade Runner The Final Cut: Back To The Dysopian Future

1982 was bleak, folks, culturally and societally bleak. Cinema seemed to have lost its identity – Hollywood had long turned it’s attention towards creating the block buster sci-fi in Star Wars, its sequel Empire had been released 2 years before and Ridley Scott’s earlier dark masterpiece Alien had faded in our consciousness. 785 more words

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From Screenplay To Screen: Alex Proyas's Dark City

Greetings Loved Ones! Liu Is The Name, And Views Are My Game.

And thank god for editors!

What? That doesn’t make sense to you all? All right then, let me start from the beginning. 3,092 more words

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Writers Guild Takes On Universal Over 'Jurassic World' Credits

There’s a T. rex-sized dispute raging over the writing credits for Jurassic World, the next installment of the blockbuster franchise. Universal Pictures wanted the names of one writing team to appear in the screen credits, but a WGA arbitration panel has ruled that credit should be shared by two writing teams. 392 more words

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