[ad_1] 11/30/2021 Screenwriter legend Jimmy McGovern has been nominated to receive the Freedom of Liverpool – along with the 97th victim of the Hillsborough tragedy, Andrew Devine. Andrew sadly passed away in July of this year due to complications from life-changing injuries following the Hillsborough football stadium disaster in AprilRead More →

[ad_1] November 28, 2021 The 61-year-old announced in October that she was suffering from cancer. Spanish writer and journalist Almudena Grandes, passed down for posterity for an erotic novel before causing a more recent sensation for a history of contemporary Spain, died on Saturday, announced the Spanish Prime Minister, hailingRead More →

[ad_1] Popular comedian writer Dr Jas Kohli recently released his latest comedy fiction, “Lights! Wedding! Ludhiana! ‘, A skillfully written comedy with hilarious observations, irony, and an ironic look at the characters’ lifestyles. He has published works that have been one riot of laughter after another, making him one ofRead More →

[ad_1] Libby torres 22 November 2021, 12:01 James Gandolfini and “Sopranos” writer Todd Kessler. Angela Weiss / Getty Images; Michael Tullberg / Getty Images “Sopranos” writer Todd Kessler said James Gandolfini took him to dinner after the employee was fired. “He knew what had happened and he said, ‘I’m gettingRead More →

[ad_1] The films sometimes portray the difficulties of cinema and some even deign to quote the screenwriter. Among the few films in which the writers are in the foreground: “Sunset Boulevard”, “In a Lonely Place”, “Contempt”, “Barton Fink”, “The Player”, “Adaptation” and “Mank”. In these and other films, the writerRead More →

[ad_1] Anne PatchettHeidi ross “These Precious Days,” the new collection of essays from beloved and bestselling author Ann Patchett, is a cornucopia of goodies. Full of spirit and warm, the essays succeed thanks to Patchett’s inimitable and endearing voice. Sincere but never simplistic, generous without being cloying and accessible ratherRead More →

[ad_1] Shaina Ghuraya and her writing partners Greg Machlin and Aoife Baker are the latest scriptwriting fellows awarded by the Inevitable Foundation, whose mission is to fund and mentor mid-career disabled screenwriters. Funders for the foundation include the Warner Media / AT&T Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Conrad HiltonRead More →