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John Zavesky
25 minutes ago
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Karma???

Just curious, what is the "karma" thing on one's profile all about?

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Eva Pohler
2 hours ago
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Resurrection, Directed by Daniel Petrie, starring Ellen Burstyn and Sam Shephard

By any chance, is there anyone here who worked on the set of this 1980's film? I ask, because I was one of the children cast in it--Daisy. I wish I could find the assistant to the assistant producer who used to call me "One-Take Mokry."

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Philip Sedgwick

Here's to you making that connection. Resurrection absolutely blew me away. I have it on DVD and I get major chills every time I watch it. Love this movie.

Eva Pohler

I was the little girl in the glasses standing next to Ellen Burstyn during the picnic scene--not the little girl with the nose bleed, but her "sister." I'm so glad to hear you enjoyed the move!

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Javier Bermudez
2 hours ago
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Writer/Director/Editor - Englsh and Spanish

Hey Everyone! I'm a Writer/Director/Editor(I even take the trash out!) for commercials and anything I can get my hands on! Would love to collaborate with some cool and FUN people on my future projects.

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Jack Comeau
4 hours ago
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Here I go again

Though I've made my living as an EMMY winning lighting guy, I've already posted posted twice in screenwriting and at least once in anything goes. Here's a comedy shit that I wrote, directed and, of course, lit. The cards were drawn by my friend, storyboard artist, Scott Ritchie. Here's the...

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Yash Sharma
4 hours ago
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Impact of the cinema (films, plays, short stories, documentaries etc) on society

From the last few months I was thinking how this craft has changed the world and everyday making some new changes all around the globe. Generally people talk about the Politicians, Big Business groups, and UN policies, I do not denying the fact that these instituations has done numerous things...

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Jack Comeau
4 hours ago
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Over caffeinated, multi-posting fool!

Though I've mostly made my living as an EMMY winning lighting guy, I have my fingers in lots of pies. I've already posted in SCREENWRITING twice and ANYTHING GOES once as a screenwriter and novelist, posting a trailer for one of my novels. Now here I am as an actor. This won me the role of Quint...

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Jack Comeau
5 hours ago
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Film production, screenwriter, novelist

I posted yesterday in the screenwriter section but I'm more than that. Here's the trailer I made to promotion my novel, DISTRESS SIGNAL, set on the island Nantucket off the coast of Cape Cod, MA.

https://youtu.be/rwCnwJX_zKM

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Phillip Parker
1 day ago
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New Star Wars vs New Terminator

I'm a huge fan of both franchises, specifically the first 3 Star Wars films and the first 2 Terminator films.

If you look at the trailers for the upcoming releases of both franchises, you'll notice that both harken back to elements of the originals that we all know and love.

For...

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Casper Boorki

The first 40 minutes or so of the first Terminator are classic... If the new Terminator was going to be set in 1980's Los Angeles maybe I would see it.

Phillip Parker

I hope the new Terminator is great, just like I hope the new Star Wars is great. Maybe I'm more thrilled about the Star Wars trailer because the last three films were so dreadful...?

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G.R. Barnett
3 days ago
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Day Jobs

So, does anybody still have that soul-shattering day job they're working at while they make their dream come true? Just wondering!

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G.R. Barnett

LOL it's not just limited to actors and actresses! Other filmmakers have to pay bills too. Oh vlogging without monetization would suck, I would think. But for animation people on youtube its basically...

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Lana L Hughes

Oh god yes! I'm in Banking (dealing with International Payments, Trade & Finance) and while it pays the bills and affords me a life I can pay my way in it's not my forte. I like my day job but it's no...

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G.R. Barnett

Oh yes. The dilemma is, they always say studios want you to have an agent to submit, but most agents will not even look at you unless you've already been hired. It's a cache-22 and I could cry :(

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Patrick Freeman

Lana, if I had your job, assuming I didn't have to focus TOO much mental energy into it, I'd probably think up a story involving etrade theft or espionage or something. Maybe a computer programmer des...

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Lana L Hughes

Patrick, I have ideas already around that and I have a title for the book too for when I get round to writing it. I'm working on a project right now (in between work and eating and sleeping) which is...

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Stephen Mitchell
10 hours ago
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Terry Southern speaks...

"I never 'decided' to be a writer. I used to write a lot, then show it to my friends—one or two of them anyway—with the idea, more or less, of ­astonishing or confounding them with the content of the pages. I knew they had never seen anything like this before—I mean, the weirdest thing...

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Paris Review - The Art of Screenwriting No. 3, Terry Southern
Paris Review - The Art of Screenwriting No. 3, Terry Southern
The Paris Review is a literary magazine featuring original writing, art, and in-depth interviews with famous writers.
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Feather Flowdream
2 days ago
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Travelling the world

how can I earn $30 a day while travelling so I can eat? I have a camera and lap top..

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MagicBrad Gudim

Start documenting your travels with "viral blogging" platform. The blogs are optimized and monetized for you.

Feather Flowdream

What is that and where would I go to do that?

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Feather Flowdream

It costs money to get that...where would the money come from?

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Patrick Freeman

I guess it would depend on where you're traveling and how much time you have on your hands. You could post an ad on Craigslist offering cheap quick photography services in whatever town you're currently in.

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Feather Flowdream

I could try that, but Asia mostly and not much money there

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Jaime Ospina
17 hours ago
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Accion 13 News

http://www.accion13.org.co/LaValerosaYDuraConfesionDePamelaJilesEcosDeEp......

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