Tag : filmmaker

5 years, 6 months ago 0
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The 48hr Sci Fi Challenge. 2011… 2012… 2013? So, this article is going to take you through my experience as part of Team Superluminal, in the 2012 Sci Fi London 48hr Film Contest.  Our film, ‘Eight Items‘ came third overall in the competition, out of around 360 initial entries. After the tips section, there’s a […]

5 years, 8 months ago 0
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A post with amazing nuggets of gold for everyone – focussing on the effects of an unrehearsed reading of a scene from my script.  This should be useful for writers and directors.  And script readers.  And actors.  And warehouse managers.   I’ve just got back from a break in Wales, where I spent some of […]

5 years, 9 months ago 1
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Previous parts here: 1) Basic ways a director can help an actor. 2) How actors will analyse your script (and why you need to know this). 3) Actors and script analysis (continued). 4) Auditions (and how writers/directors can help).   First Performance. Okay, the grand premiere – after a few weeks of writing about being […]

5 years, 11 months ago 1
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I’m not a professional writer. If I were, I’d probably have something better to do instead of writing this – like sipping a cocktail while paddling around a pool on my lilo. Lucky for you, then, that I’m not a professional writer. I’m on draft seven (or eight) of my first feature script. Starting another […]