Happy Sunday Creative Army!
What did you create this week? What projects are you excited about? No matter what creative pursuits you are working on right now, I've got some content this week that is sure to stir up some creativity and ideas. Grab your coffee and let's get started.
First up, the folks over at Film Riot have put together a quick video to help you start writing your screenplay. We all shudder in the face of the black page, but this video has some great tips on how to leap over the toughest hurdle a screenwriter faces: starting. This video gives you some helpful tips and tricks to take that first step towards writing your script.
Next up, Vanity Fair virtually sat down with renowned accent expert and actress, Amy Walker, to break down American actors British accents in movies. Amy takes a look at Ocean's Thirteen, The Iron Lady, Mrs. Doubtfire, The Parent Trap, Maleficent, and more. To all you actors out there, in this downtime between productions, there is no better time to work on your accents! This video has some amazing insights on the different approaches to various British dialects.
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Wishing you a very happy, healthy, & creative Sunday.
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