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  • n. Plural form of scenarist.


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  • But Poison Friends, written by frequent Arnaud Desplechin scenarists Emmanuel Bordieu and Marcia Romano, defies the tendency, investing the same raucous humanity into the world of ideas that marked the academic milieu of Desplechin's My Sex Life ... or How I Got Into an Argument.

    GreenCine Daily: Poison Friends.

  • Nevertheless, new-comers will be exposed to the savvy facility scriptwriter Thomas shares with the earlier scenarists at infusing activity between and among the upstairs-downstairs inhabitants with the headline-making events of the period covered -- 1936-38.

    David Finkle: First Nighter: Upstairs Downstairs Makes Sparkling PBS Return

  • So, none of the scenarios developed by people – real life ones like defense department analysts and military scenarists, not fiction writers – since the 50's are valid?

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  • The future is not going to follow a script written by Washington scenarists and dutifully performed by people like The Player.

    Mike Bonifer: The GameChanger and The Player

  • Forgetting the original reason why they wrote the story, some scenarists like reeds are swayed by whatever other people say.

    Korea: Drama Kingdom

  • - Leave pharmacists to do their work … Leave doctors to do their work … Leave scenarists to do their work to make stories …

    Korea: Drama Kingdom

  • But in this instance, I believe that Mr. Jarrold and his scenarists have been unusually faithful to the bleak vision of humanity Waugh presents in Brideshead Revisited, and in all his works.

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  • Though women had worked in various capacities during the nickelodeon period, as box office cashiers, theater manager/owners, and actors, the evolving film industry of the 1910s offered women novel opportunities both in front of the camera, due to the emergence of the star system, and behind-the-scenes as directors, producers, scenarists, and editors.

    Early Woman Filmmakers

  • To hear VILLAIN (1971) scenarists Dick Clement and Ian Le Frenais tell it, the heist was underwritten by the British secret service in order to retrieve compromising photographs of party girl Princess Margaret (played by the breasts and chin of Louise Chambers) that were being used by a Trinidad national turned London pimp (Peter De Jersey) to blackmail the government.

    Gone to custard

  • Although they are remembered primarily for their work as scenarists, the husband and wife screenwriting team of Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz had already produced and directed a film of their own by the time they were ringed with laurels for writing George Lucas' AMERICAN GRAFITTI 1973.

    "Deader'n Hell"


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