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Book/Movie Review: Lord of the Flies

Lord of the Flies is a story of school boys as wartime castaways trying to remain civilized. The novel was widely published and a classic, there had even been a 1960s movie – a British one, like the novel, wherein … 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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Life informs Art; Art Inspires Life

Photography is a common hobby in my family to the point that photos of cameras are almost as common as people’s faces. In fact, my dogs do not recognize certain commands unless there’s a camera in front of my face. … Continue reading

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Writering: Crafting Your Treatment

     

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Marketing is Hype – Media Literacy is a choice

  The Blair Witch Project is the movie that made the internet important to marketing movies. The audience in Vancouver did mostly fall asleep.   The issue of suspension of disbelief in movies is generally not a concern for lazy … Continue reading

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Shaggy Dog Stories

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Writer Chat – Overused Dialog

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