Monthly Archives: October 2015

More Efficient … More Focused … More Creative

Tweet QUOTE OF THE WEEK: “Whenever we use ‘theme’ to help make decisions about a scene the complexity of the story and the clarity of its purpose go up.” – Gary Dressler (29/10/2015) The comment was made after an exciting … Continue reading

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SKILL & LUCK IN ACTING

Tweet    Psychologists acknowledge that there are two significant factors in any achievement. Those factors are skill and luck. It applies to any activity. Just look at my golf … not much skill and absolutely no luck here, eh!!!   … Continue reading

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A LESSON IN BOLDNESS

Tweet   SLAM #4 was an UNDOUBTED success!! It was a night of very pleasing entertainment.     It provoked thoughts of previous SLAMS … SLAM #1 I recalled the playful wit of DAVID HART & ANDY RHODES and the … Continue reading

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SURPRISES HAVE A STRUCTURE

TweetThis real life surprise was recorded 4 years ago while shooting a ‘piece to camera’ for a TV Presenters Workshop. The camera was rolling and we were just chatting before a take when a minor car accident occurred nearby. Both … Continue reading

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