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DRAMA Festival 1st Scene Script Reading: The Whipping Club, by Deborah Henry

Feedback Note Summary: This is an accomplished script that deals with a number of thematic issues and concerns in a clever and engaging way. You present a clear narrative through-line that demonstrates an understanding of history and precedent of marriage, … Continue reading

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DRAMA Festival BEST SCENE Script Read: Doug Maxwell, by Theodore Gregson Huntington, Douglas Stuart

Imagine an athlete so incredible that he dominates two sports – football and baseball – shattering records and lifting his team to championships every year. He is so much better than the competition that many doubt his talents, and he … Continue reading

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Winning Short Screenplay Reading: The Breathing Moon, by Jeffrey Morin

  A father in Italy tells his two children a story of the breathing moon, in the night, in his bed, as the moon peers in through the French doors of the balcony. The haunting sound of breathing weaves it’s … Continue reading

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The Art of Storytelling — Moonlighting Scrivener

The most compelling of stories aren’t those which are written with flowery flourishes and bold words or captured on the big screen with scenic locales and theme music. No story is good or bad, beautiful or ugly. What makes it … Continue reading

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Churn Rate and Transmedia Storytelling — Story Empire

Ciao, amici! Today, I’m going to throw some industry buzzwords at you and talk about churn rate and transmedia storytelling (which I’m sure you figured out already because of the title) and how we can lower the first by increasing … Continue reading

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HIGHLIGHTS, WINNERS & VIDEOS: July 2020 DRAMA FEEDBACK Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS: BEST FILM: TERRA BEACH BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: SPIRIT: A MARTIAN STORY BEST PERFORMANCESS: WEEP NOT BEST SOUND & MUSIC: PLAY Theme of night: Coming to terms. NOTE: Festival took place during the COVID-19 virus lockdown so all screenings … Continue reading

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Mariah Carey, Sarah Paulson and Josh Gad lead tributes to Kelly Preston as she dies aged 57 — Metro

Kelly died aged 57 following a secret battle with cancer. via Mariah Carey, Sarah Paulson and Josh Gad lead tributes to Kelly Preston as she dies aged 57 — Metro

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Kelly Preston honored by Hollywood pals including Mariah Carey, Russell Crowe and more after tragic cancer death — The Sun

TRAGIC Kelly Preston has been honoured by Hollywood pals including Mariah Carey, Russell Crowee and Sarah Paulson as tributes pour in following her death. The 57-year-old actress’s husband, John Travolta, revealed she had passed away after a secret two-year battle … Continue reading

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What films was Kelly Preston in from Twins to Jerry Maguire as John Travolta’s actress wife dies aged 57? — Metro

She was in some pretty notable hits. via What films was Kelly Preston in from Twins to Jerry Maguire as John Travolta’s actress wife dies aged 57? — Metro

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Awesome ‘80s Movies to Watch During Quarantine, Part One — Salt Lake Film Review

With movie theaters closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, this is a most difficult time for film lovers. Every night, I lie in bed dreaming of the glorious day when the Megaplex opens again — ahh, the mental picture makes … Continue reading

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