The professionalism of the writers, in terms of how they take script notes should be matched by an equal level of professionalism from those handing those notes out.
Clive Davies-Frayne explains how screenwriters can learn from Banksy's attitude to the relationship between creation and money.
Clive Davies-Frayne second article about originality by saying that moral dilemmas should be the heart of screenwriting, rather than reverse-engineered rules.
Clive Davies Frayne discusses the need for originality as a vital part of the writing process. It's possible to understand originality as a process in and of itself.
Clive Davies-Frayne believes that the professional independent film production needs a radical change in philosophy and ethos and that these changes need to be driven by writers. His insights demonstrate the challenges the digital age have presented for screenwriters.
Clive Frayne believes Hollywood's stranglehold on cinema distribution is ruining your chances of selling original screenplays. Join him in a one year embargo of their films.
Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! I have a confession to make. I have written and produced three films this year, and in the entire process I have never once felt the need to write actual words onto pieces of paper. None of these projects were scripted, in the traditional...
Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! As a screenwriter, I have always been research driven. When I’m not writing, I read articles. I read about writing. I read odd stories from the world of real science and crime. I read articles about art. I read a massive number of blogs...
Clive Davies-Frayne explores how you can become a better screenwriter by writing and producing short film scripts.
Screenwriting articles are abundant, but Clive Davies-Frayne talks about his philosophy on screenwriting advice and how he weighs what to use and what to ignore.