Four strangers participate in a psychological experiment in a dark space with nothing else than a table and four envelopes. They are getting payed 100.000 yen to sit in there for 10 minutes, but it wont be as easy as it seems…
Short movie “Script” was shot in Japan 2011 by cinematographer Paul Leeming. Directed and written by Albert Ventura, actually looking for sponsors for the long feature version. If you are interested in collaborating please contact: email@example.com
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脚本・監督：アルベルト・ベントゥラ 出演：中原丈雄 佐々井隆史 大西貴之 後藤ユウミ 渡辺哲
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Joe Eszterhas was once the highest paid screenwriter in the business. Before turning to film, he was a senior editor at Rolling Stone. The rules below, which he recently shared with MovieMaker.com (a great site that you should absolutely check out), are... unique. Some of his rules you should take to heart. Some you should probably never follow.
As the saying goes when you take notes on your writing, find the note behind the note.
"The truth is your friend.”
Oscar-nominated screenwriter Nicholas Kazan (Reversal of Fortune)
“Truth is not found in the sunshine, truth is found in the shadows.”
Novelist Paul Lieberman (Gangster Squad: Covert Cops, the Mob, and the Battle for Los Angeles)
Interview with Jessy Williams
"When I write I don’t aim to shock people, and I’m surprised when I do.
This was found at Toshougu Shrine, which was founded in 1617, in Nikko, Japan. Does it remind you of a particular muppet? Could of Jim Henson gone to Japan, and become inspired, or is this just a coincidence?
On this repost Saturday I'm going to actually do a mash-up of two posts I wrote years ago. This was inspired after I visited the first boyhood home of Tennessee Williams in Columbus, Mississippi earlier this week and learned that when he was in his early 20s his shoe salesman father had Tennessee drop out of college and work a 9 to 5 job at the…