Who doesn't love talking about themselves? As writers we create other people to do it for us so we are never put on the spot ourselves. My name is Ben and I am a writer living in the midwest. I had dreams...
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Who doesn't love talking about themselves? As writers we create other people to do it for us so we are never put on the spot ourselves. My name is Ben and I am a writer living in the midwest. I had dreams of being the next Martin McDonagh but I realized we did not share the same style (or talent). My background in writing falls with theatre however I have written a few shorts here and there. I have a degree in acting which I aquired to better understand what a performer needs from a writer. Currently, I am employed by a wonderful company that makes computers and other electronics. However, if I mention their name I may no longer work there. I look forward to learning from all the writers of Trigger Street and maybe teaching a thing... or two... or three. Probably two.
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A review of Hard Time Harveyby BSKling on 08/29/2012I have to say that I found "Hard Time Harvey" to be one of the moreau enjoyable scripts I've read on trigger street. Although I haven't reviewed a lot of them, I have read a lot. I would like to be picky with my notes as I believe your script is In a great place to get picky. I wish to preface my notes by saying they are just that... my notes. Take them for what they are, one... read
A review of Cody Dumas: Demon Hustlerby BSKling on 07/23/2011To begin, I found your script to be wonderfully entertaining. It was bright and quick and I never felt like I was reading multiple movies. You had a great sense of what "Demon Hustler." With that being said I believe there is more room to explore Cody. I would have liked to have seen a little more of the con-man in the beginning. Seeing more of Cody's redeemable qualities would... read
A review of The Carved Pumpkinby BSKling on 07/20/2011I was intrigued from start to finish. So often do shorts feel as though they must give a full story complete with background information and explanation. With your film you delivered trust. Trust that your audience would use their imagination to guess what was next. I found myself trying to anticipate each movement or wave of motion as your piece progressed and was not capable... read