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    Franco Zeffirelli's Hamlet for Today

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    Christopher Devore's) screenplay is an edited, and re-mixed version of the original which has many lines cut, as well as the entire sub plot concerning Fortenbras, completely removed. Franco Zefirelli's private interpretation of Hamlet, although divergent in some ways from Shakespeare's version, still remains a superior rendering, due to the continuity of the screenplay. Zeffirelli's divergence from the original script begins immediately. Rather than opening with the traditional sequence involving

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    Brilliant Lies - Original Script Writing Act One Scene One 1. The case between Susy and Gary is one where it is one's words against another. 2. From the first scene it would appear that Susy has got her heart set on getting 40 thousand dollars from the case. One would also get the impression that she is a slut and a bit of a player. Scene Two ========= 1. Gary is an uptight and aggressive character. Vince would appear to be lay back

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    12 Years a Slave, is a movie based on the story of Soloman Northup, a free African-American man who was sold into slavery. 12 Years a Slave shows the hardships that Northup had to face as well as Northup eventually being set free again. Henry Stewart writes an article titled “Why 12 Years a Slave is a Bad Movie”, in his article Stewart tries to tear down 12 Years a Slave but fails to because of his weak assumptions, lack of evidence to support his claim, and the overall feeling that Stewart did not

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    Macbeth

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    “Macbeth” When a play is presented on film, the director takes the script, and with poetic license, interprets it. A film not only contains the actual words of the author (in this case Shakespeare), but it includes action, acting, and cinematographic techniques; the three are used to better portray the author’s story. Using these elements, the director’s interpretation of the plot is reinforced. The film provides symbolic images and a visual interpretation, hence Shakespeare’s play “Macbeth” is better

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    was suitable for a cast of "7 female" actors. As you can already see a problem had arisen and when the script "8 women" was suggested, all members of the class agreed and with a little editing and refinement the script was ideal. As a class we watched the French film entitled "8 femmes" and were certain that we could be greatly successful in creating our own interpretation of the script. Before we even began, the director asked us to decide whether we wanted to have an acting role or a

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    Hacking satellite cards

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    Writing a "Private 3M Script" First it is important to define the term "3M." The term "3M" simply refers to a script's ability to unlock all of the channels, based on the saying "All for one, and One for all!" from the "3 Musketeers," (which came from the old days of hacking cable boxes where all channels were viewable through one channel). Anyway, "3M" now is just a generic term for a card that has all channels open and no stealth or write protection. In stealth scripts, the "3M" code refers to

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    W. B. Yeats, George Hyde-Lees, and the Automatic Script In his biography of Yeats, Richard Ellmann remarks that "Had Yeats died instead of marrying in 1917, he would have been remembered as a remarkable minor poet who achieved a diction more powerful than that of his contemporaries but who, except in a handful of poems, did not have much to say with it" (Ellmann 223). Yet with his marriage to Georgie Hyde-Lees on October 21st, 1917, a vast frontier of possibility opened before Yeats, and through

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    A week before his wedding, a control freak is told that he has bad karma and that his marriage will fail unless he finds a way to save it. BRIEF SYNOPSIS PAUL BLAZER (30’s) is about to get married to DHARMA, the love of his life. His brother JERRY is his best man. Paul runs a successful window business and he likes to be in control. In fact, he’s planning the entire wedding, excluding Dharma from helping with the plans. Oddly, plans for his wedding begin to fall apart and spiral out of control

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    Scene 1 Sydney: This script has everything! Exceptional dialogue! Intricate plotlines! Dynamic characters! It´s sure to be a hit! Myra: Well that's fantastic dear! Sydney: The problem is it's not mine! A student of mine sent this to me to read over. Myra : That's too bad dear, we could really use some off that play money right about now. You could always ask to be a part of his play in some way, if you’re sure it will be a hit. Sydney: (reluctantly) Sure, sure (Jokingly) or...what if I just

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    production process through her script writing Caryl Churchill has furthered feminist performance theory, in the last twenty years, and broadened traditional views of gender roles through her script writing. For example, her plays Cloud Nine and Top Girls defy traditional convention, with Cloud Nine’s cross-gender casting and Top Girl’s pro-Thatcherite ethos as its foundation. Churchill has affected the acting and production process in the way she has written her scripts, such as the mentioned pieces

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