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The creative use of settings can make a screenplay exciting and memorable. Changing the place of action to an uncommon location can make the story extremely dynamic. Read More

Writing A Script About Cultural Opposites ....4/14/05
In many riveting films, characters clash with each other because they come from different cultures. This clash often involves the protagonist traveling to a different city, state, or town to solve a problem or achieve a goal. Read More

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Film News
Film Companies Create Buzz For SAW 2 ....4/8/05
Twisted Pictures and Lions Gate Films are partnering to produce the horror thriller, SAW 2, a sequel to the box office hit, SAW. Read More

Film Festival Encourages Aspiring Latino Filmmakers ....4/7/05
The cable TV station, HBO (Home Box Office), is partnering with the New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF) to hold the HBO/NYILFF Short Film Competition. Read More

Wonder Woman To Be Film Heroine ....3/22/05
In the 1970s, the DC Comics character, Wonder Woman, was the subject of a TV series. Now, producer Joel Silver has chosen Joss Whedon to be the writer and director of a film about the comic book character. Read More
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Filmmakers Revive Ghosts of Amityville ....4/22/05
The 1979 film, The Amityville Horror, tells the true-life story of George and Kathy Lutz, a couple who moved into a house one year after an entire family had been murdered there. Read More

CRASH Dramatizes Urban Reality ....3/28/05
Writer/Director Paul Haggis based his upcoming film, CRASH, on a personal life experience in which he "was car-jacked at gunpoint" in Los Angeles, California. That experience inspired the screenplay for CRASH, which he co-wrote with Bobby Moresco.
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