⠀The participants of the seminar will talk about why Nabokov’s novel continues to produce so much response, both in art and in public discussions and how the moral issues raised by Nabokov seventy years ago are treated in varying cultural paradigms. Besides Lolita, we will also focus on the novel by Kate Elizabeth Russell My Dark Vanessa, which has recently been translated into Russian and cau…
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- Capture and save the best information you consume each week
- Organize that information in an easily retrievable note-taking system
- Distill your notes into their key components
- Use your notes as fuel for creative expression, driven by a project-first workflow
- Having a Second Brain frees your first brain for creative work. Your brain is meant to think and create, not store information
- BASB offers a method for overcoming information overwhelm and harnessing the power of information abundance
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We interview Dawn Gilliam, a script supervisor and teacher. Dawn has worked on the latest Star Wars trilogy, Black Panther, Boyz in Hood, and many more of your favorite films and TV shows. We talk with Dawn about her work flow process, working with new directors, her online course entitled ‘The Art of Continuity’ and much more. Follow Black Film Space: blackfilmspace.com Instagram.com/blackfilmspace Facebook.com/blackfilmspace Twitter.com/blackfilmspace
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Veteran script supervisor Ana Maria Quintana talks about building trust with directors, actors, and department heads. The key, she says, is learning what to say, when to say it, and how to say it. Over her 40+ years in the industry, she’s worked side by side with Steven Spielberg, Cameron Crowe, Ridley Scott, Clint Eastwood, Rodrigo Prieto, and many more. No matter what department you’re in, you’ll learn how to strengthen relationships and maximize your contributions on set.
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-BONUS SEGMENT, Supervising Multiple Monitors At Once - Ana Maria Island: www.callsheetshow.com/bonus
-Ana Maria Quintana on Imdb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0704088/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1
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-Who’ll Stop the Rain, directed by Karel Reisz: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078490/?ref_=nm_flmg_dr_6
-Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, article in NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/22/movies/golden-age-of-mexican-cinema.html
-Duties of Script Supervisor on Studio Binder: https://www.studiobinder.com/blog/script-supervisor-forms-template/
Acclaimed memoirist and personal essayist, Melissa Febos, was a secret-keeper by nature. As a college student in New York City, she moonlighted as a professional dominatrix and suffered from a secret addiction to heroin. Her first book, Whip Smart, laid bare these double lives, and in the process, transformed her. In February 2017, her second book, Abandon Me, will be released. In these lyrical essays, Febos investigates into how the attachments and abandonments of our childhoods inform our adult choices. On February 16, she will discuss the process of transforming her darkest secrets into memoir, and the power of telling the stories that scare us most. Melissa Febos is the author of the memoir, Whip Smart (St. Martin’s Press 2010), and the essay collection, Abandon Me (Bloomsbury 2017), which Kirkus Reviews called, “a courageous exploration of love as the ultimate form of plenitude and annihilation.” Her work has appeared in The Kenyon Review, Tin House, Granta, Prairie Schooner, Glamour, Salon, New York Times, Guernica, Dissent, Poets & Writers, Lenny Letter, Goodbye to All That: Writers on Loving and Leaving New York, and elsewhere. Her essays have won prizes from Prairie Schooner, Story Quarterly, and The Center for Women Writers and she has been featured on NPR’s Fresh Air, CNN, Anderson…
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A reading and discussion with Melissa Febos at Manhattanville MFA’s Fall Writer’s Weekend.
Melissa Febos is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir, Whip Smart (St. Martin’s 2010), and the essay collection, Abandon Me (Bloomsbury 2017), which was a LAMBDA Literary Award finalist, a Publishing Triangle Award finalist, an Indie Next Pick, and was widely named a Best Book of 2017. Her third book Girlhood, is forthcoming in 2021 from Bloomsbury.
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Watch this exclusive roundtable of four beloved indie filmmakers talking with Charlie Kaufman about what makes his latest film so unique.
It only took a matter of seconds for the “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” IndieWire Filmmaker Roundtable to become as probing, neurotic, and compellingly plagued by other people’s thoughts as the Charlie Kaufman movie that the event was created to celebrate. The 45-minute Zoom conversation between Kaufman and four other iconoclastic filmmakers who all self-identify as major fans of his work — Tamara Jenkins, Yorgos Lanthimos, Richard Linklater, and Boots Riley — plunged straight into the depths of the artistic mindset when moderator David Ehrlich kicked things off by asking Kaufman how he felt about the polarized response to his Netflix adaptation of Iain Reid’s novel, a dizzying psychological horror story about a girl (Jessie Buckley) who joins her joins her maybe-soon-to-be-ex-boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) for dinner at his parents’ snowbound farmhouse.
After lamenting that he couldn’t stop himself from reading what the internet had to say about it, Kaufman told the group about the most recent sting: In the comments section of the New York Times’ list of the year’s best movies, some random troll had cheered the omission of “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” and a hand…
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This conversation with the Emmy nominated and internationally acclaimed
creative director & designer Ana Criado was recorded over lunch in her
garden in LA. Ana is as generous with her stories as she was with her
It’s the golden age of title sequence design in television but the art form is also at risk … . In the past few years, stunning title sequences have captivated audiences all over the world and are short … episodic title sequences (Stranger Things, Altered Carbon, Godless, The Man in the High Castle … -watching culture has led some to skip even the most artful titles on their second or third episode … in one sitting – they just saw the titles an hour ago, right? Title designers are in limbo; absolutely
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Academy Award-winning writer-director Kenneth Lonergan compares screenwriting with playwriting, protecting his personal relationship with his work, and being open to mistakes in this episode. With over 90 nominations for his work, a resume that includes Manchester by the Sea, Gangs of New York, and You Can Count on Me, this conversation with a master storyteller is not to be missed.
On Story offers a behind-the-scenes look into the process of screenwriting and filmmaking from acclaimed screenwriters, showrunners, directors, and producers. All of our interviews are recorded at Austin Film Festival’s conference, festival, and year round events.
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