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Living Shakespeare

To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, the collaborative Living Shakespeare project presents essays on Shakespeare's works by prominent global figures, accompanied by short films featuring the writers co-produced by BBC World TV. [more inside]
posted by Sonny Jim on Jun 22, 2017 - 0 comments

Sonnigsburg: A Supernatural Drama

Sonnigsburg is a six-part supernatural drama series that I made with the help of some emerging TV professionals on a budget of $30,000. It was a developed for a local community network in Melbourne, Australia and since its screening there has now debuted on YouTube. Perfect to binge-watch over the holiday season. [more inside]
posted by crossoverman on Dec 25, 2016 - 3 comments

"All Earthly Constraints" feature film teaser

This is the first teaser for my first feature film, "All Earthly Constraints." [more inside]
posted by drjimmy11 on Oct 2, 2015 - 4 comments

Cult TV Times: Old-fashioned long-form journalism for those who love TV

About six months ago, a bunch of journalists (including myself) drunkenly decided we should stop moaning about the lack of good long-form writing in magazines about television and do something about it. Cult TV Times is the result. There you'll find both free content like Sir Mortimer Wheeler - Archeology's forgotten TV hero, and our very first official issue: CTVT #1: Mummy, Can Men Be Prime Ministers Too? - just £2 (about $3) for over 80 pages of content. [more inside]
posted by garius on Jul 29, 2013 - 3 comments

Directing Hamlet -- a pre-production and production blog

My NYC-based theatre company will be producing Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in April, and I've decided to post my notes about the process online. If you'd like to read from the beginning, start here. [more inside]
posted by grumblebee on Feb 3, 2013 - 0 comments

THE FLYING BIKE - an audio drama

My friend and I have created a 5-part audio drama about how a really bad Hollywood movie gets made. The story is told sequentially, in self-contained 30-minute pieces, from the perspectives of the writers, the producer, the script supervisor, the van driver, the assistant editor, and an audience member after the movie comes out. The first 30-minute piece took six months to produce (in our spare time with even sparer money), but I’m happy with how it turned out. We’re trying to decide if we want to record the rest of the episodes. I’m for it (as is the cast, etc.) but my friend’s not sure if people will be interested in listening to something like this. We would love any feedback you have to offer. Thank you! [more inside]
posted by Kloryne on Sep 15, 2011 - 0 comments

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