A professional script reader read 300 screenplays for five different studios, all the while tracking the many recurring problems. The infographic he made with the collected data offers a glimpse at where screenwriting goes wrong.
“The story is one big shrug.”
Most of these criticisms apply to 100% of all films, not a small percentage. I think that the Professional Script Reader should check again, most likely.
6:44 pm |
September 27 2014
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Photo of my complete PUPPYTEETH collection.
You can start yours with 3 and 4 over at the Czap Books shop: http://czapbooks.bigcartel.com
1:14 pm |
September 27 2014
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“I wish I could remember my dream about you and Darryl because i think you guys were superheroes”
(Hey darrylayo this one is for you)
9:42 am |
September 26 2014
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“We do exist. I am a black woman who at one time wished to write comics. I know of other black women who are currently writing comics: Marguerite Abouet, Carol Burrell, Spike (C. Spike Trotman), Alitha Martinez, Ashley A. Woods, Regine Sawyer, Jennifer Crute, Starline Hodge, etc. You’ve likely not seen them at many conventions due to the minuscule budget that self-publishing provides, but they exist. Perhaps they are not in great numbers, but they exist and are doing everything financially possible to increase their visibility (websites, interviews, etc.). When established male creators at well-known publishers go on popular, high-traffic websites and state that black women who write or wish to write comics don’t exist it makes it harder for the black women writers that do exist to gain visibility. People will make no effort to seek them out. An offhand comment, even one that is well meaning, can have a negative impact and be demoralizing.”
— Cheryl Lynn Eaton (via digital-femme)
3:47 pm |
September 25 2014
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I’ve got nothing. I just inked the portrait panel for fun and practice. This page is not really happening.
8:50 pm |
September 24 2014
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