Monthly Archives: October 2015

5 Benefits of a Having a Table Read

October 28, 2015

Three years ago, a friend asked if I’d write a screenplay based on a collection of songs he’d written and performed off-Broadway. The music was incredible, and the story that the songs told was interesting – definitely worth delving into with a feature script. I said yes and for the next however many months, worked […]

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Three Reasons Why You Need to Learn to Code

October 14, 2015

Unless you’re living under a rock, with your ears plugged and your eyes blindfolded, you’ve probably heard people talk about coding. Coding is fast becoming the most important skill in the job market. In fact, schools in other countries, such as the UK, have already made coding mandatory for primary and secondary school students. Statistics […]

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Common Film Festival Problems and Their Fixes

October 1, 2015

I recently pulled off a film festival without any major technical problems, and it felt like winning the lottery. If you’re a filmmaker with a history of submitting to and attending film festivals, at one point or another, you’ve probably experienced something going wrong at a festival screening. You were sitting in a darkened theatre, […]

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