Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Walking the Walk

For those of us who blog and write about the art and the craft of screenwriting, we spend a lot of time talking the talk. Today, I’m going to begin a little experiment in walking the walk. And I’m inviting … Continue reading

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Global Filmmaking

I’ve said before that it takes a village to make an indie film. ITF is in its final days of post-production. Then, off to the distributor… and we sit. And wait. We wrote it. We breathed life into it. We … Continue reading

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Getting Oral

I’ve said before that the day I stop learning is the day I stop creating films. No danger of that anytime soon, as I’ve been handed a plethora of lessons during the creation of Interglobal Trading Fund. I wrote a … Continue reading

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Trust

Last night, we held a table read for INTERGLOBAL TRADING FUND. I get my inner geek on for table reads. Those first few moments when you hear your words in the mouth of an actor are exhilarating. A table read … Continue reading

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In the Trenches – Writing on Scripts With Boys

It’s one thing to pen a project, to come up with the concept, beat it out, nurture it, feed it, mangle it with precision, beat it some more, gnash one’s teeth, procrastinate, talk about it a lot, write some more, … Continue reading

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The Passing of a Legend

Today is a sad day for scribes. This morning brought with it a news announcement – Ray Bradbury died in his sleep, in Los Angeles, at the age of 91. To say that Bradbury has been an influence on my … Continue reading

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