Category Archives: Screenwriting

Jeff Arch: An introverted, successful, wholesome screenwriter.

After a year or so, I returned to the Screenwriters Association of Santa Barbara, to hear Oscar nominated screenwriter Jeff Arch, and I’m so glad I did. His talk was named “Writing the Story Only You Can Write,” but he … Continue reading

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Why an ode to misery?

I love movies, and not just happy ending, superficial feel good films. Such films have a time and place and it’s not always, and certainly not award winning. On the flip side, I don’t have a lot of love, and … Continue reading

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“And the Oscar goes to…” not the Unions, Party Poopers, but Twitter

Don’t have much time this morning for this post but if I don’t do it, I’ll forget to share three thoughts about these Oscars, hence the odd title OSCARS and Politics: Union fights It was interesting to me that unions … Continue reading

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