Hello, my fellow creatives. Happy Sunday.
Hope you are all enjoying and participating in what has been a very lively Introduce Yourself Weekend!
Today for Coffee & Content, I'm bringing you some voices with years of experience talking directing and screenwriting.
First up, legendary director, Ridley Scott waxes poetic on the craft of directing. As usual, no pulled punches from Sir Ridley. Nothing more for you to do with this one than pour yourself a full cuppa and kick back.
Next, from our friends at Film Courage, a compilation piece featuring some screenwriters with some road beneath and behind 'em. This one is called 10 Important Lessons on the Craft of Screenwriting. Grab something to write on for this one - many takeaways to be had.
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Ridley Scott on Directing
10 Important Lessons on the Craft of Screenwriting
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