urney to create a TV series. I named the blog after my favourite actor, John Lone. You may see some posts where I share a pic of him and hashtag #theoriginalmightydragon - I'm very fortunate to have some signed items of Johns to share with his fans over on Insta.
Interview#26 Philip Shelley #scripteditor
Concentrate on character. It’s the characters in whom we as readers and viewers invest. If we don’t care about the characters, we won’t care about the story, however brilliantly plotted it is.
Interview#23 Bob Wall #actor #stunts #writer
What I remember the most about the great Bruce Lee is how much fun he was to be around, brilliant, kind, funny, talented, goal oriented, hard working, challenging and just a great human being.
Meeting Lee & Greg #WAR #NOIR
I have truly been amazed by the generosity of other writers and filmmakers to share their experiences while I continue on my path creating my own story. After approaching Lee Anthony Smith for a quote for the movie WAR (which I reviewed here as part of my John Lone film series). I got chatting to his writing... Continue Reading →
Interview#7…Interview with Rayve Zen, Actor
Rayve Zen is a Singaporean actor, now based in Hong Kong, who has kindly agreed to an interview for my blog – an actor’s perspective on the film industry! Rayve, thank you for taking time out your busy schedule to answer these questions! I see from your IMDb listing that you have made a very impressive... Continue Reading →
Interview#1… Sarah Moore, BBC film reviewer
Interview with Sarah Moore, BBC film reviewer, 7th Feb 2018 When did your passion for film start? Probably when I was around thirteen. I used to walk down to our local video shop and would spend ages browsing the shelves for films I wanted to watch. I used to spend all my pocket money on... Continue Reading →