The study of film and its effect on human development has been a hotly debated and ever-growing field over the years, but it was Arthur P. Shimamra who coined the term "psychocinematics" to examine the way films affect our mental processes.
This article is about those teachers that have stood out, that have challenged the norm, and made us question the basics and what we deem as fundamental. Highlighting what I think to be the most insightful tips on the craft of Screenwriting, I will list just a few, and hope that it will enlighten those who have reached a wall in their script or feel they need to make the hero/ heroine’s goal a little more challenging/relatable.
10 years ago Aaron Sorkin brought the origin story of Facebook to the big screens, and looking back it, the film deserves credit for being one of the early ones to get a good handle on the more rotten nature of Zuckerberg, years before most.
The movie adaptation of Michael Lewis' bestselling book 'Moneyball,' reached screens in September of 2011, cementing its legacy and representing a landmark in films about baseball. But it didn't quite tell the whole story...