29 August, 2009

Linkage - 29/08/09

The Tragic Love Story - Andy Conway
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A brilliant look at the genre

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Genre and the recession: is this the way forward? - Julian Friedmann
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This emphasies Andy's underlying point about the importance of knowing and understand genre

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How to Stop Procrastination
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

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The Wire's David Simon: pay-TV has freed drama from ad pressures - The Guardian
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Andrea Arnold, Red Road/Fish Tank, writer-director, interview - The Observer
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Extract from new David MItchell & Robert Webb book - The Guardian
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Pedro Almodóvar and Penélope Cruz … the mentor and the muse - The Observer
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Shake-up for British cinema planned with BFI and UKFC merger - The Times
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Interview with Alan Davies - The Times
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John Byrne, playwright/screenwriter interview
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Tutti Frutti is on DVD at last, I wonder if it's as brilliant as I remember from my childhood. Press Gang and Raffles proved to be shite.

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John Boorman - A very English visionary is back - The Independent
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Medical drama - No politics, we're doctors - The Independent - Previews of new US medical shows
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"Dismal stereotypes of women still abound at the Fringe" - The Independent
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