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Empty Hearth

by on Sep.23, 2012, under General Posts, On My Mind

This is actually something that I’ve been working on for quite some time now, and it’s basically the detailed plot of a movie. I’ve actually gotten the director, and the actors all figured out, along with some of the crew. I’m not quite sure why I decided to post it here, but there’s really no […]

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Finally Complete

by on May.27, 2012, under 365 Things Learned, English, In-Depth, School

After 5 months, and many, many hours slaving away working on it. I have officially completed my screenplay, clocking in at 125 pages, it has close to 25,000 words, and contains 37 characters with dialogue, spread out across 105 scenes. I’m incredibly proud that I was able to produce a completed first draft in the […]

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At the End a Second Time

by on May.11, 2012, under In-Depth 2011, School

Everything has passed in such quick succession, and it’s amazing that I’m at the end of my 2nd in-depth project. It’s only 2 weeks before the night, and I am very excited to be sharing my project on stage that night. I have been asked by people, why I was doing a presentation, if my […]

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Divergent, now 100% Longer!

by on Apr.29, 2012, under English, In-Depth 2011, School

“Believe it or not, someone is looking up to you. Be a good example.” This quote, doesn’t really relate to what I have to say today, and I’m just going to quickly gloss over what I think it means, because I’ve been planning this update for 2 weeks now, and it’s so terribly exciting! I […]

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Halfway Done

by on Apr.13, 2012, under 365 Things Learned, In-Depth 2011, School

‎”Hold yourself to the same or higher standard to which you hold others.” In the past few weeks since I’ve blogged, I’ve been reading a lot of screenplays from classics of Citizen Kane, and The Lion in Winter, to modern scripts such as Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and War Horse to future films such as […]

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Dinero Genera Dinero

by on Apr.06, 2012, under 365 Things Learned

Money, and Profits, they’re in the news all the time, and have been in the new for all time. Money fuels us, and Profits drives us to new heights, new innovations, and new spectacles.  But, what makes this so right, so desirable that men will lie, fight, cheat, and steal to get to it. What […]

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40 Pages of Writing

by on Mar.29, 2012, under In-Depth 2011

Many things have happened since the last time I blogged. I’ve completed another assignment from Lindsay, and wrote 40+ pages of a screenplay. Lindsay’s Assignment(Which was Plot Points!): Inciting Incident: The Testing and Choosing Ceremony the following day. Tris gets a mysterious warning from Tori (Who performed the test on her), and the warning detailed […]

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Bent and Broken

by on Mar.08, 2012, under English, General Posts, School

I feel obligated to put up a warning before my short story, so here it goes, if you are in any way are adverse to reading a story containing suicide, self-harm, and homosexuality, I’d advise you not to continue. But, you have been warned, so proceed if you wish to. That’s all. Step. Step. Step. […]

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Laying the Framework

by on Mar.02, 2012, under In-Depth 2011

Over the past two weeks I’ve gone over the book I’m adapting a few times, and created a notes on each chapter, how I want it to flow, and etc. I’d like to share, the basic chapter by chapter summary which just contains the main plot points in each chapter, and occasionally some notes on […]

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