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Letterboxd: Introducing The Facebook Of Film

With an increasing number of ways for anyone to express their opinions, the era of the non-professional reviewer has dawned.

Earlier in the year a new website emerged, Letterboxd.com. Never heard of it? That’s understandable, since from its March launch it has remained in a private, invitation-only beta testing status – meaning you need to know someone on the inside to get you in. However, while a sense of exclusivity surrounds its users, it recently became publicly available to view. The website offers a unique platform for those passionate about film to share their opinions in an online community. Its users range from industry professionals and aspiring writers to movie enthusiasts and critics. Having been a beta-tester for the past few months, this rapidly expanding and increasingly addictive film website is altering the shape of film criticism.

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Smack his Pitch up

James Henry

Comedy Scribe tells Budding Screenwriters how to get onto TV.

On Thursday 29th March, 7:30pm, Falmouth’s Courtyard Deli will host an informal talk with screenwriter James Henry through their Arts Cafe. With reference to his experiences writing for the Bafta winning Green Wing, Smack the Pony and a variety of children’s television, the evening will provide informative insight into the screenwriting industry.

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