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9 Films to Watch for a Dialogue Bootcamp

1.) GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS written by David MametWhat we learn: Specificity makes dialogue work.It’s hard to talk about dialogue and not include David Mamet, and Glengarry Glen Ross is quintessential Mamet in all his glory. This play turned film shows…
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July 25, 2017
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Diverse Voices Spring 2017 Winners

Once again, thank you to everyone who entered. You've supported Books for Kids with almost $3,000 this season of Diverse Voices; we're extremely excited to support this amazing organization. We encourage everyone to check out this program and all they're doing.This Diverse…
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July 15, 2017
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4 Reasons Video Game Adaptations Fail

By: Beverly PedersFor those screenwriters who play video games or have discovered the wonders of Twine, a free interactive and non-linear story mapping site, you may have teased the idea of adapting a favorite video game to film. Sounds easy…
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July 13, 2017
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The Best Music to Write to (By Genre)

By: Beverly PedersAs the titular Baby in Edgar Wright's Baby Driver knows all too well, the right musical playlist can hone the senses and focus the mind on the task at hand. And while the vast majority of us aren't professional getaway…
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July 5, 2017