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BY: Jean Claude Carriere

A veces se oye a un actor decir: «Voy a hacer esta película. El guión no vale mucho, pero mi papel es muy bueno». Nunca he entendido—yo, que escribo guiones—lo que significan frases como ésta. Ni siquiera cuando un amigo

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BY: Jean Claude Carriere

A veces se oye a un actor decir: «Voy a hacer esta película. El guión no vale mucho, pero mi papel es muy bueno». Nunca he entendido—yo, que escribo guiones—lo que significan frases como ésta. Ni siquiera cuando un amigo

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The future of cinema

During the 1982 Cannes Film Festival, Wenders set up a static camera in room 666 of the Hotel Martinez and provided selected film directors a list of questions to answer concerning the future of cinema. Each director is given one

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The future of cinema

During the 1982 Cannes Film Festival, Wenders set up a static camera in room 666 of the Hotel Martinez and provided selected film directors a list of questions to answer concerning the future of cinema. Each director is given one

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John Carpenter interviewed by Marc Maron

I wanted to be a director,” said Carpenter. “I didn’t care about the money. I wanted to be a movie director. I did the TV movie ‘Elvis’ the same year as ‘Halloween.’ I didn’t care if it was a TV

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John Carpenter interviewed by Marc Maron

I wanted to be a director,” said Carpenter. “I didn’t care about the money. I wanted to be a movie director. I did the TV movie ‘Elvis’ the same year as ‘Halloween.’ I didn’t care if it was a TV

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ALIEN 1978

To read the screenplay, click on the picture above!

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ALIEN 1978

To read the screenplay, click on the picture above!

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A computer wrote a script — this is the result

You have GOT to see this. Filmmaker Oscar Sharp and techie Ross Goodwin built a computer that could write screenplays. They loaded tons of screenplays, provided a title (SUNSPRING), a setting in the future and a brief premise. The computer

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A computer wrote a script — this is the result

You have GOT to see this. Filmmaker Oscar Sharp and techie Ross Goodwin built a computer that could write screenplays. They loaded tons of screenplays, provided a title (SUNSPRING), a setting in the future and a brief premise. The computer

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