Bfo 

member since 01/15/2003 | last login 08/09/2010

Writing has been the one constant throughout my life. Since I was a kid, I've written songs, short stories, poems. Of course, actually calling oneself a writer seems like a high-faluting thing, but I guess that's just because of the high regard...

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Writing has been the one constant throughout my life. Since I was a kid, I've written songs, short stories, poems. Of course, actually calling oneself a writer seems like a high-faluting thing, but I guess that's just because of the high regard I have for writers. Zilch, my first screenplay and on-camera work, was born of all that. Along with, of course, the copy of Final Draft my mom and sister bought me in the hopes of getting my screenwriting career jump started (and putting the copywriting behind me). Just three years later, I loaded it onto my Mac. So, Creative Writing 101, basically. But I stayed very conscious of trying to avoid Writer's Therapy. See what you think. I'm fortunate now that I make my living voicing and acting in commercials (product placement: www.brianfox.com). My Final Draft is kept busy and hardly ever yells at me. Thank you for reading and even more so for watching and sharing your opinions. Brian

Submissions by Bfo

  • Genres: comedy

    Bob bought the Screenwriter 4.0 software three years ago. Now hes finally ready to put it to work, but the program... more

Reviews by Bfo 16

  • A review of The Return
    by Bfo on 01/27/2003
    I actually think the camera work was pretty good. For a student film, this has a great look...or at least, a slick and commercial one. From a shooting perspective, this is certainly a lot more ambitious than most of what I've seen here. It was edited pretty well, too. Good technical marks, then. It's not the same creativelly, unfortunately. The story and script don't... read
  • by Bfo on 01/24/2003
    I really don't want to be too harsh about this, because it seems genuinely well intended. Since the filmmaker requested feedback, I will try to keep it constructive. Band Of Brothers was probably the best tribute to those who fought and served in World War II. (As opposed to something like Saving Private Ryan, which was technically marvelous but simple-minded in potrayal... read
  • A review of ROOF SEX
    by Bfo on 01/23/2003
    This is cute and well executed, and it might make a nice bumper on MTV. But a short film? A TOP TEN short film? I can't even blame my fellow reviewers. All the views and reviews this gets STILL only add up to a CONSIDER (as of this writing). So how is it in the Top Ten? Sorry. I respect the effort, but I think this proves the system doesn't work.
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