J N

Continue

Think Oblique

Posted by J N on 26th May 2017  /   No Comments

I have a set of these cards on my desk, I don’t use them that often but when I do, they are rich in an out of the box thinking kind of way. Brian Eno …

Continue

First THIS happens and THEREFORE because that happens THIS happens.

Posted by J N on 26th May 2017  /   No Comments

Courtesy of Trey Parker – a little infographic which delves deep into the structure of your story beats. It’s never a case of THIS happens AND then THIS happens. ‘AND’ has no place in the …

Continue

Contact

Posted by J N on 25th May 2017  /   No Comments

Represented by Steven Russell @ Collective Talent www.collectivetalent.co.uk

Continue

A God Amongst Men

Posted by J N on 4th May 2017  /   No Comments

A film about Mohammad Ali….in development with Sting Like A Bee Films.

Continue

2:Hrs

Posted by J N on 3rd May 2017  /   No Comments

A family adventure film starring Keith Allen, Seann Walsh & Siobhan Redmond. When 15yr old Tim and his two mates bunk off from a school trip they encounter a mad female scientist who has invented …

Continue

Inspiration comes from the outside

Posted by J N on 14th February 2017  /   No Comments

This recent blog on TED piqued my interest – it involves a long held belief – or understanding – that everything in nature is primed by the fibonacci sequence. My play .stuck is fundamentally based …

Continue

Writing a screenplay? Here’s your underlying structure

Posted by J N on 23rd March 2015  /   No Comments

It’s all you need to know. Really.

Continue

The newity of it all

Posted by J N on 19th March 2015  /   No Comments

We have a word in our house that we use to describe the pristine glow that accompanies anything new. “NEWITY” is the shroud that cocoons an item that ensures the utmost care is taken when …

Continue

We don’t have the words for this…

Posted by J N on 18th March 2015  /   No Comments

but other languages do! I love these words for those things and situations we can identify but not name. Lets use these words. http://twistedsifter.com/2014/05/words-with-no-direct-english-equivalent/ They’d make perfect titles for short films.

Continue

These come up a lot.

Posted by J N on 10th February 2015  /   No Comments

The low barrier to entry in filmmaking. What an absolute pain in the arse it can be to everyone with a modicum of experience when they find themselves involved in a shoot where the Writer/Producer …

Continue