Scott Myers Jun 9 · 3 min read Back today with another Trimming Trick of the Trade.
By Britton Perelman June 2, 2021 Blogs 6 Writing Tips from Wes AndersonThe eccentric writer/director always fully immerses audiences in his incredible idiosyncratic stories — whether that’s the glory of The Grand Budapest, the depths of the oceans with Steve Zissou, or an island about to be hit by a massive storm. If you’re aspiring to… Continue reading Writing Tips and Film Analysis: Writer/Director Wes Anderson
Romantic frontier drama “The World to Come” opens the June installment of International Film Festival Rotterdam 2021 and its director, New York and Oslo based writer-director Mona Fastvold is also set to give one of three Big Talks at the festival this week. By Ann-Marie Corvin
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By Danielle Turchiano It’s time to salute Soldier Boy! Amazon Prime Video has released a first look at Jensen Ackles in his superhero suit ahead of Season 3 of “The Boys.”
Neil Gaiman, who created the original “The Sandman” comic, said that walking around Netflix’s set was like being inside his own dream. Tyler Hersko Jun 8, 2021 1:00 pm
I wrote this a decade and a half before I I knew what genre, style, tone, irony, and paradox even meant. I write dark and I guess I always have…