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Learn to Make Great Videos for next to Nothing

If you fancy learning how to make decent videos cheaply, come along to my course. It will involve watching videos, discussion, questions and answers, and practical exercises. Making videos is great fun, and it’s far easier and cheaper than you’d … Continue reading

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Another Short Short Film

We were given the topic of Weather for a Milton Ulladulla Videography Club short film project, and this is what I came up with. A little on the strange side … just for a change ūüôā

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A Lazy Man’s One Minute Comedy

I was feeling lazy, so I didn’t shoot any video for this short comedy. Sure, there’s some dialogue, but … well, see for yourself. And yes, there are moving pictures! By the way, was the Jonny Depp reference too obvious? … Continue reading

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I Just Won my first Film Award

I had a blast writing and acting in this short comedy! It’s a bit naughty (blame the writer) but won’t corrupt youngsters if they do catch a glimpse. It was a joint winner of the People’s Choice award at the … Continue reading

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Casting Couch in Post Production

My short script Casting Couch¬†has recently been filmed, and is now in post. It’s not going to set the world on fire, but it’s an amusing little riff on a common clich√©¬†within Hollywood. I’m really looking forward to seeing the … Continue reading

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A Tale of three Trailers

After getting some interesting feedback for the trailer I wrote for Judgement Date, I’ve now written three, each in a different style: Witness Trailer Mystery Trailer Clarity Trailer They’re all 3 pages long, and will take under 5 minutes each … Continue reading

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The Script of the Trailer … of the Film … of the Screenplay

I’ve just written a 3 page trailer script for my feature film screenplay¬†Talent Show Takedown. People¬†are busy these days, and¬†don’t want to read 2 hour screenplays by writers they’ve never (yet) heard of. So how to interest them? People like … Continue reading

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Just Sold my First (Short) Script

It’s only a short, but it’s a start. An aspiring actress in LA has been looking around for material, and she enjoyed my throw away 6 page comedy short Casting Couch: An attractive actor auditions for a pretty casting agent. … Continue reading

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Which Way from Here?

My local screenwriting group didn’t really take off, so I’ve let it lapse. Never mind, it was an experiment. They don’t all come off. My next question is where to focus my energies. I love feature films, and have learned … Continue reading

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A new Adelaide meetup group for Screenwriters

I’ve recently created a new local group for writers to meet every month. While the focus is to learn by reviewing each other’s work, we’ll also review other screenplays, share resources, and encourage each other on the journey. I’m really … Continue reading

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