Actor’s read through night…hearing Bertie’s voice for the first time…

When I first started writing the story I decided to stop mid-point and do what has been suggested by many screenwriting books and get an actors read through arranged. Principally to see if the dialogue sounded believable - I was quite excited to hear some of the scenes - and to be honest, my words... Continue Reading →

The Hunted #inspiration

So, as I mentioned previously my character Bertie was born out of some of John Lone's previous performances - which ones? Well, there are three of his films that stand out significantly to me and I will review each one per blog post. The films deserve that rather than being stacked and cluttered into one... Continue Reading →

Post#4…The Hunted #inspiration

So, as I mentioned previously my character Bertie was born out of some of John Lone's previous performances - which ones? Well, there are three of his films that stand out significantly to me and I will review each one per blog post. The films deserve that rather than being stacked and cluttered into one... Continue Reading →

Interview#5…Ho-Ling Tang, Composer

Originating from Hong Kong, Ho-Ling Tang is a talented composer, orchestrator and arranger.  Based in Hong Kong she is busy working on multiple projects which encompasses film and TV scores, theatre and video games.   I posed Ho-Ling some questions about her work, specifically how essential music is to film and TV success. At what age... Continue Reading →

Should you reject rejection?

Social media is something I have been looking to reduce substantially since deciding to continue writing my series.  The hours I must spend mindlessly scrolling my Instagram wall, tweeting crap and seeing what my mates are up to on Facebook must be quite a substantial chunk of the day and time that's better spent being... Continue Reading →

Post#4…Should you reject rejection?

Social media is something I have been looking to reduce substantially since deciding to continue writing my series.  The hours I must spend mindlessly scrolling my Instagram wall, tweeting crap and seeing what my mates are up to on Facebook must be quite a substantial chunk of the day and time that's better spent being... Continue Reading →

Interview#4…Siege Proquee, Writer

Siege Proquee is "Africa's best Film/Television Producer, Director, Scriptwriter, Score maker and Editor" (according to his Facebook page!).  I posed Siege a few questions about his approach to writing, specifically with TV scripting in mind. How did you become a writer? The whole journey started during the June holidays in 2015 when I completely fell... Continue Reading →

Interview#4…Siege Proquee

Siege Proquee is "Africa's best Film/Television Producer, Director, Scriptwriter, Score maker and Editor" (according to his Facebook page!).  I posed Siege a few questions about his approach to writing, specifically with TV scripting in mind. How did you become a writer? The whole journey started during the June holidays in 2015 when I completely fell... Continue Reading →

Interview#3…Vivienne Chow

Vivienne Chow is a Hong Kong based journalist and has recently taken her first steps in creative writing with The Fair Warning web series, a story which can be described in her words as ‘a tale of greed, rivalries and broken hearts revolving around the art circus’. I posed Vivienne a few questions with regards... Continue Reading →

Interview#3…Vivienne Chow, Writer

Vivienne Chow is a Hong Kong based journalist and has recently taken her first steps in creative writing with The Fair Warning web series, a story which can be described in her words as ‘a tale of greed, rivalries and broken hearts revolving around the art circus’. I posed Vivienne a few questions with regards... Continue Reading →

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