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Good morning, everyone. Greetings again from Chicago, where we have just finished work on Week 2 of filming RAIN BEAUS END. The cast and crew (including over a dozen Stage 32 members) continues to bring their A-game. I'll be posting some pictures and a summary of the filming here in the near future, but for now if you'd like to see some set photos and stories, you can check them out and follow me for Week 3 on Instagram here.
Now let's roll with another edition of Coffee & Content.
First up, unless you've been living under a rock, you know the first teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino's 9th film, ONCE UPON A TIME IN...HOLLYWOOD, dropped this week. In honor, let's take a look at QT's screenwriting process.
The second video I'm bringing you today is titled CUTS AND TRANSITIONS 101. But don't let the basic title fool you. As evidenced by the nearly 2 million views it's received, this is one comprehensive and worthy watch. And, likely, one you'll come back to again and again.
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Have a fantastic remainder of your weekend.
Quentin Tarantino Explains His Screenwriting Process
Cuts and Transitions 101
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