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Community’s Dan Harmon Is Just a Guy That Makes a Show – Speakeasy

Dan Harmon (Community, Channel 101) sits down with Paul F. Tompkins to chat about getting started in comedy, the creation of Channel 101 and Acceptable TV, his experience with The Sarah Silverman Program, mainstream television, and working on Community.Read More

Nathan Rabin apologizes for coining the term “Manic Pixie Dream Girl”

Nathan Rabin created the term “Manic Pixie Dream Girl” back in 2007… he’s sorry he did. When I coined the term “Manic Pixie Dream Girl” in an essay about the movie “Elizabethtown” in 2007, I never could have imagined how that phrase would explode. Describing the film’s adorably daffy love interest played by Kirsten Dunst, Read MoreRead More

Put on a Happy Face: Corporate Event Planning Video

Corporate video is often times a good way for filmmakers to supplement their income. Here’s some guidelines for creating a Corporate Event Video. Event planners are doing more now than ever before. They are the backbone and visual wizards for corporate events. They allow their imaginations to come to life with eye catching visual displays Read MoreRead More

How When Harry Met Sally Used Physical Spacing to Tell Its Love Story

In a series of slides, see how physical space was used to describe the relationship in When Harry Met Sally. It’s safe to assume that the main theme of When Harry Met Sally is about whether men and women can be friends, since the characters talk about it a bunch. However, on the 25th anniversary of the film’s Read MoreRead More

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