(This is a piece I wrote some time ago) In a recent interview Steven Soderbergh observed that movies may no longer be as culturally significant as television. Lots of people have commented on this, using shows like Breaking Bad and Mad men as examples of how television can cater to a much longer, more involved … Continue reading Why TV has become more culturally significant than film
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For the last few days, I’ve been reading Creativity, Inc. The book is about how Pixar works, how they maintain a culture of creativity whilst still fulfilling all their corporate ambitions, and it’s written by Ed Catmull; the guy who started the company and runs it to this day. I highly recommend it (not running … Continue reading The Art Of The Script Meeting – How Not To Let Your Ego Get In The Way Of A Good Idea.