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Keep it simple. Keep it human.

Some believe that the more complex you can make something sound, the more intelligent you will assume the designer is.

If the years I have spent in the manufacturing sector has taught me anything it is to focus on the simplicity of it all. 279 more words

Marketing Strategy

To script write or not to script write. That is the question

Last week, I blogged about a script writing workshop I’d attended on Valentine’s Day and explained that it was a bit of a taster for a six-week evening programme at The Stephen Joseph Theatre. 658 more words

Horror Movie Review: Horns is Disappointing

I want to say this right off the bat: HORNS IS NOT A BAD MOVIE! 

I can understand why a few people put this movie on their “Top ____ Horror Films of 2014!” lists but I am beginning to suspect that had more to do with the fact that quality horror films are notoriously hard to come by. 533 more words

Crocodile Dundee and Unity of Time

Ever wonder why some movies seem slow, as if it feels like it’s dragging on? In script writing, there are certain cinematic structures that writers follow in order to create a decent script. 394 more words

Comedy

A Wonderful End Of The World

I opened the mess that is Order For Burning again today, a good couple of weeks since I finished it. I had my notes to one side, written in my moleskin notebook with gel glide pen. 206 more words

New Gaelic Plays to be published

18th February 2015

New Gaelic Plays to be published

Today I had a very exciting meeting with a former work colleague. Last year when I was working for Proiseact nan Ealan (The Gaelic Arts Agency) one of my responsibilities as Gaelic Drama Artist was to produce… 173 more words

Blogging

'Flawless' to screen at CERN

Exciting news for Speculators James Worrad & Lucy Wade – co-writers of the short film ‘Flawless’ – the film will be screening at CERN as part of CineGlobe 2015. 9 more words

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