When superstitious American expatriate Megan McCormick was 15 a Ouija board predicted she'd marry her best friend... more
Adjustable Films are the writing and directing projects of filmmaker Julie Anne Wight, a graduate of the Florida State University Graduate Film Conservatory and perpetual chiropractic patient. A former radio announcer and script reader for a Beverly Hills-based independent film production company,...
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Adjustable Films are the writing and directing projects of filmmaker Julie Anne Wight, a graduate of the Florida State University Graduate Film Conservatory and perpetual chiropractic patient. A former radio announcer and script reader for a Beverly Hills-based independent film production company, Julie's now focusing exclusively on her writing and directing projects. Most recently, she's completed a PSA for a national youth mentoring organization and a new feature script, followed by some adjustment therapy .
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A review of Surrounded By Mormonsby AdjustableFilms on 12/09/2006I'd like to start by saying that the author has excelled at a couple of things in this script. The first is unique freshness. While maybe there's a bit of flavor of other stories that take an off-the-wall approach in their telling, this script is definitely unique and memorable. I also think the dialogue was great. That's what I enjoyed most about the story. When I first... read
A review of Twists Of Fateby AdjustableFilms on 10/19/2006An easily-read, engaging script that keeps interest. Having just read another script where a hostage falls for her captor, the author does a nice job of avoiding cliches in the relationship between Lee and Joey, and in building their relationship believably. The opening scene seemed a bit strange until the twist was revealed in the end. I thought that was executed effectually... read
A review of Sweden On $8 A Dayby AdjustableFilms on 08/11/2004Interesting story of a guy meandering through his life. Good production value: cinematography, editing, sound, direction and on-camera performances all worked well. I thought the aspect ratio was odd - did your dp compose it this way or was it an editing decision? The only other thing I didn't really enjoy was the narration. The actor had a very monotone voice and it got... read