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Every writer has a TV pilot in mind. Maybe you have even finished the script. But the eternal question is what do you do once it’s done? How do you get it into the hands of decision-makers at US Networks? You probably already know there’s no silver bullet. But there are methods that consistently work. […]
What is it about some characters that are so compelling and engaging that they linger in your mind long after the final credits have rolled, versus other characters that you forget about before the film has even finished. Watch the video to find out.
Ok so that’s it - as the Peter Finch character in “Network” says: “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!” - I’ve just wasted another 90 minutes of my life watching a supposed “documentary” that is dull, boring, worthy and unwatchable - I will not mention names to protect the […]
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This year is Canada's 150th birthday! To celebrate we at Raindance Canada have assembled a list of our favourite quirky Canadian films for National Canadian Film Day. 11. Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner 10. Defendor 9. Slaughter Nick for President 8. The Hamster Cage 7. It's All Gone Pete Tong 6. One Week 5. The Life and […]