Category Archives: Screenwriting

London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012: Blog & Storify Link Collection

A collection of links to delegates’ reports and notes from London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012. See also Highlights – best tweets on writing collected from #londonswf feed during the weekend. Blog posts: From Judith Cooper (@writerjuggler) London Screenwriters’ Festival Day 1 London

London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012: Blog & Storify Link Collection

A collection of links to delegates’ reports and notes from London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012. See also Highlights – best tweets on writing collected from #londonswf feed during the weekend. Blog posts: From Judith Cooper (@writerjuggler) London Screenwriters’ Festival Day 1 London

Highlights from the London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012

Filtering the Twittersphere to bring you the best tweets on writing from the London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012 taking place this weekend (Oct 26-28). Here is a selection of tweets, not all tweets and certainly not from all sessions (for that

Highlights from the London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012

Filtering the Twittersphere to bring you the best tweets on writing from the London Screenwriters’ Festival 2012 taking place this weekend (Oct 26-28). Here is a selection of tweets, not all tweets and certainly not from all sessions (for that

Scene Analysis: When Harry Met Sally

This is an edited version of the analysis that was previously posted on keerdo.wordpress.com. When Harry Met Sally (1989) Written by Nora Ephron Even though it’s not one scene but a sequence, I’ll treat it as one continuous event. It’s one

Scene Analysis: When Harry Met Sally

This is an edited version of the analysis that was previously posted on keerdo.wordpress.com. When Harry Met Sally (1989) Written by Nora Ephron Even though it’s not one scene but a sequence, I’ll treat it as one continuous event. It’s one

Scene Analysis: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

This is a slightly edited version of the analysis previously published on keerdo.wordpress.com “Mister McMurphy, this ward is a democratic community run by the patients and their votes, so you should feel at ease in your new surroundings to the extent you

Scene Analysis: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

This is a slightly edited version of the analysis previously published on keerdo.wordpress.com “Mister McMurphy, this ward is a democratic community run by the patients and their votes, so you should feel at ease in your new surroundings to the extent you