Thank you very much! I'm not sure where the short will be shown but it is likely to go to various festivals in Europe and, hopefully, the UK.
I'd be honoured if you were to review my work. I'm always pleased that anyone is interested in what I write, so you may imagine how vindicated I felt when the director of my short said he wanted to film it. Any criticism is always useful and I have a tough hide!
Congratulations on your short film - well done and well deserved. I would love to watched it.
I read all your scripts and even at the expense of me sounding ingratiating and repetitive I'll say I liked them all. Each one has its colour/character, pace and melody yet the unique signature of their creator can be recognised. You know what people say " The eyes are the window of the soul" I believe that the art of writing is even more so.
I suppose that you would not care for the gold stars, however please let me know if you wish me to write a review for your works which would be an honour and pleasure for me.
I am delighted to have become one of your followers. Thank you for such a lovely sentiment. A short I wrote last year is being filmed in Madrid at the end of this month, so I feel excited and vindicated! But that doesn't mean that I will stop learning from this delightful creative community.
Hi Nutmeg, or shall I call you Nut? Or Meg? You were quite right and I have learnt a lot from your comments. And thanks for the tip re genre! One is always a little apprehensive about making one's work public. Its funny, some people "get" the writing and others don't. In the same way that reviewers can have a wide variety of responses to a film. But as far as the screenplay is concerned tight control is vital. Mind you, I've read some shockingly clunky, misspelled, ungrammatical and amateur-seeming writing in the last few years, projects that have made it to screen with big budgets, too! Thanks again for your comments