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Script Consultation

A good script consultant is a writer’s best friend. From turning a cracking idea into a coherent plot, to putting a necessary sheen on dialogue and imagery, a knowledgeable outside pair of eyes can make all the difference. Who Am … Continue reading

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“She’s Got That Thing That’s Into You” – A Short Film

“She’s Got That Thing That’s Into You” is, understandably enough, a parody of the romantic comedy genre — clumsiness, stereotypes and declarations of love in front of fountains abound. Thoughts welcome.

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Five Mistakes Amateur Screenwriters Make

One of the many, many jobs I seem to hold down is as a script reader for a film festival here in Toronto – I read anything between thirty and fifty scripts every month and give detailed feedback on each. … Continue reading

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