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Here’s a look at the program for the Screenwriting Research Network (SRN) conference that just concluded last Saturday in Porto, Portugal.
I deeply enjoyed making my presentation on Writers Rooms in the U.S. but even more I enjoyed the presentations I attended.
This program is chock a block full of new international films to learn about (did you know there’s a Portuguese film with the name “Django” in it that has nothing to do with the one by Tarantino?) and new ways to teach writing students how to take in all the (often negative) notes they receive and decide which constructive ones to use to make their scripts stronger?
Just skimming the schedule shows the breadth of new ideas that are running around in my head right now. — Rosanne
12th SCREENWRITING RESEARCH NETWORK CONFERENCE
Porto, September 11-14, 2019 · School of Arts, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Theme: Foundation and Crisis of Europe in Screenwriting
Chair: Paolo Russo
Savage continent, united continent: the writing of a feature film screenplay about the “founding fathers” of the European Union
María Noguera / Miguel Muñoz-Garnica
Narrative detours in the cinematic representation of Europe in crisis: Ulysses’ Gaze, A Talking Picture and Our Music
Daniel Sierra / Marta Frago
Young Winston and Darkest Hour’s films: Winston Churchill as British Hero in a Changing Europe
Theme: Modes I
Chair: Nelson Zagalo
Ruth Gutiérrez Delgado
Causality is not casual in a film despite it seems to be: A Perfect Day
The line between fate and chaos in Collateral
Order and chaos in the ending of a film
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