Tag Archives: character arc

A Queer Story should be Queer

Hayley Kiyoko’s new video with Kehlani is the lesbian story America needs right now Nina Trygg • a day ago I am not so sure that it is representation more reactionary and playing to the all women are bisexually capable as if … Continue reading

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Star Queers: Wars vs Trek

http://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/films/631460/star-wars-gay-romance-who-is-gay-poe-finn-rey-star-wars-gay-character Star Wars WILL have gays says JJ Abrams & John Boyega CONFIRMS Finn and Poe gay rumours http://www.thewrap.com/lgbt-star-wars-characters-a-brief-history/ LGBT ‘Star Wars’ Characters: A Brief History http://www.ew.com/article/2016/11/29/star-trek-discovery-cast-gay ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Casts 3 Actors, Adds First Gay Character http://time.com/3990410/george-takei-lgbt-star-trek/ George Takei … Continue reading

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Story Telling: Crafting Experiences

Unique Arena with Universal Appeal I’ve been thinking a lot about writing and storytelling – coming to a very different understanding than the Syd Field plot point structure that I previously had. Writing and telling stories is about human experience, condition … Continue reading

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TV Review: Weeds

Ruth from Fried Green playing Pot Dealing Suburban Widowed Mom. I enjoyed all the in Agrestic episodes, but once the town was burnt down… Jumping the Nuke or Nuking the Shark? I followed the Botwins to their attempt to get … Continue reading

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Crystalized Catharsis

  The closest I got to being part of film was this 2004 short film. It cost about $400, mostly for the camera tapes and food for the cast and crew. Filmed in my house and at a local nearby … Continue reading

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Life: the cycle of famine and feast

Possibly the worst adaption of a book to a movie. I am not surprised no further books were made into films. Which is really too bad, given the inspirational nature of this character.    

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Epic tales that sweep one’s feet

 

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