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The Voiceover Arteeste

What I think people are missing is the vital role of the voice arteeste. Because if you think about it, all True Art Is Incomprehensible. I don’t like to sound as if I’m speaking in capital letters, but… I get … Continue reading

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Bleak Outlook for Screenwriting – Robert McKee on World Update

BBC World Service – World Update, 02/01/2012 Robert McKee is the author of Story: Substance, Structure, Style and the Principles of Screenwriting. McKee has in his list of students 35 Oscar winners, acknowledgements from other screen-writing greats such as Goldman … Continue reading

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Tips from a Screenwriter

TV and movie screen-writer Jeremy Brock  (co-creator of BBC’s Casualty, writer of Last King of Scotland, Mrs Brown and Brideshead Revisited) could be heard on BBC World Service Radio this morning (Sat 24th Sept, 2011) to talk about screen adaptations. … Continue reading

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Mr Slade

 1. INT ROOM, DAY. ENCLOSED PRIVATE OFFICE. BLAND, MAYBE DERELICT. TWO MEN, PAUL seated, ‘MR SLADE’ standing. SLADE: Have you given it any thought?

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Cagney Never Said…

It’s not like in the movies, or the comic books.  Things aren’t always what they seem. Not even to a guy like me. I kinda knew this was my last case. I was finally going to nail this town’s Mr … Continue reading

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