Is screenwriting for me? (2)

Our series of guest posts is opening up to the readers, so it is now your turn. In his contribution to The Story Department, aspiring screenwriter Terrence ponders over the question that has bugged all of us some time: “Is screenwriting for me?” Read Part 1 here. As much as I loved it for its … Read more

The best eggs come after Easter

Stop press! Here is the next best thing to hit the blogosphere after the release of the Raiders Story Conference. Jason Kottke was tipped off on some scripts of The Wire that are accessible through an online file server. The Wire is to my taste (and many others) the best TV drama you will find. … Read more

Is screenwriting for me? (1)

Our guest post series has opened to the readers, so it is your turn. Aspiring screenwriter Terrence ponders over a question that has bugged all of us at some point:¬†“Is screenwriting for me?” Post: Terrence Editor: Cleo Mees The bustling streets of lower Manhattan. Ubiquitous blue planks of wood, held up by rusty bars of … Read more

We never have to make it!

The biggest movie out of Australia since AUSTRALIA is a simple tale of pen-friendship that can’t be seen in IMAX nor 3D. MARY & MAX comes in… Clayography. The feature length follow-up to the 2004 Academy Award Best Animated Short Film winner HARVEY KRUMPET, MARY & MAX opened Sundance earlier this year. M. Rodriguez spoke … Read more