:: John August’s blog revamped. Gorgeous!
:: Danny Boyle and the Art of Amputation
:: Blake Snyder’s Story Patterns vs. Genre
:: Universal brings King’s Dark Tower to the cinema
:: Top 7 New York Films
:: Sixty Bill Murray facts to celebrate his 60th
:: Movies for free: Phantom of the Opera
:: Carson Reeves vs. M Night Shyamalan. Guess who loses
:: Screenwriter Peter Morgan just can’t get enough of Tony Blair
:: Roger Ebert’s collection of 100 Great Movie Moments (via Kottke)
:: Actors have a job too. So stick to writing the story
:: Sequences will save you during the rewrite
:: Who might be the new Ellen Ripley? Here’s a good candidate…
:: More arthouse doom and gloom. Next victim: Breillat
:: Nolan is hot, Bruckheimer is not. Summer winners and losers
:: Mad Men: The future of American cinema is on TV, says David Hare
:: Screenwriter finally makes first sale: old lamp on eBay (Hollywood Roaster)
Karel Segers wrote his first produced screenplay at age 17. Today he is a story analyst with experience in acquisition, development and production. He has trained students worldwide, and worked with half a dozen Academy Award nominees. Karel speaks more European languages than you have fingers on your left hand, which he is still trying to find a use for in his hometown of Sydney, Australia. The languages, not the fingers.
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