Holy Motors Mercifully Short Review by Jonathan Empson A short guy with a medium-sized penis (you can judge for yourself) drives around Paris in a limo for a series of ‘appointments’ playing various roles – banker, street beggar, motion-capture artist, irritable father, thug. Perpetrator, victim. It’s like a feature-length series of performance-art pieces, which would … Read more
Writing loglines is an essential skill for screenwriters, from early development through to the pitch. In this section, every week our panel reviews a few loglines posted to www.logline.it. Learn from the feedback and perfect your own loglining skills. by The Judges The 34th Battalion “Australia. 1916. After the death toll at Gallipoli, a group of … Read more
Screenwriter David Benioff (City of Thieves, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Game of Thrones) discusses how lean, streamlined writing is an important characteristic of the medium. If you liked this, check out more videos about screenwriting or filmmaking. And if you know of a great video on Screenwriting, let us know in the comments. Thanks!
Writing is done in isolation. It drives you batty sometimes. Like anything that bleeds, you leave a writer alone for long enough and they’ll snap. by The Single Screenwriter And snapping gets in the way of the writing, no matter what form the meltdown takes – deviant binges, forced stays in a luxury padded cell, … Read more
The Bourne Legacy Mercifully Short Review by Jonathan Empson We meet genetically enhanced assassin Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) as he survives the Alaskan wilderness. Meanwhile, CIA bigwigs shout across tables at Edward Norton, who runs the whole super-assassin program, which is so secret that the CIA doesn’t know about it, or even how he got … Read more