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The Master Review

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“I am a writer, a doctor, a nuclear physicist and a theoretical philosopher. But above all, I am a man, a hopelessly inquisitive man, just like you.”

Paul Thomas Anderson’s filmmaking career has been built from a yearning to innovate and astonish and though his profound cinematic presentations of life are some of the film industry’s finest, it’s his flawless consistency that’s truly remarkable. His success with such a unique style and ability to surpass even his own high expectations has warranted recognition as a modern day auteur. Five years on from There Will Be Blood, the great director returns with his most unique venture, but like all of his perfectionist creations, The Master is psychologically absorbing, yet strikingly cinematic and emotionally engaging.

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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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James Henry Interview

Television screenwriter James Henry reveals how to break into the industry.

British comedy writer James Henry, best known for his work on sketch shows Smack the Pony, Green Wing and Campus, reveals his personal experiences with the television and film industry. He discusses writing techniques, the development of a screenplay and how to break into the industry.

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