ife has been incredibly busy as of late, but I have taken steps into animating Bertie already. If I can get this out by Easter then I will be very happy! Of course, you'll be the first to see it.
Fade In What’s up?! It’s been quite some time since I’ve updated on here. Tech issues forced me into a summer hiatus which has ultimately made me think about what I want to do with The Mighty Dragon and exactly what to share on here. For now, the Dragon is resting, it’s on a break…not... Continue Reading →
I believe the most important thing a good screenwriter does is write economically. Consider it like the process of building an airplane.
I'm not normally a number chaser at all - in fact, I hate numbers, always have preferred words! However, I can't help feeling an overwhelming sense of pride hitting the 25,000 viewer milestone with The Mighty Dragon. My first post explaining my project was back in February - I've not wanted to bomb the blog too... Continue Reading →
Accents! I love them..no that's a lie, I am fascinated by accents, it's something I touch upon in my upcoming film review too. My accent is odd and I am mocked regularly by my friends... its a combination of all the places I have lived. Romford is my birth place (a town now swallowed into... Continue Reading →
My first episode seems to be taking a new, exciting turn and something I feel incredibly happy about. I've decided to get a piece of the story animated, a teaser so to speak and will get it uploaded here on the blog as well as create Bertie's own YouTube channel. I'm incredibly lucky to have... Continue Reading →
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 →
Its well worth the effort to take time to research elements you want to explore within your own story. I read recently that one writer took a year to research everything he needed before even putting pen to paper. Even fantasy-type stories such as mine explore certain themes which have been a pleasure to learn... Continue Reading →
Establishing good habits Although bad habits are more interesting, establishing good habits will really improve your own writing. Another tip which has helped enormously with my work has been to read a few pages of a script a day, doesn't take much effort at all and can be done in your lunch hour, on your... Continue Reading →