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    of the show. To get started on your video, use the following steps: Scriptwriting: Many clients use an employee at the company as a script writer. If you do not have someone who can do this well, you can always have your production company write the script out. To help the process along, write down any information that needs to be included and send the production company any print materials that should…

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    stubburn at a young age. After finally paying off all his debts, he confronted Malcom about his mistake, all to find out the watch was a replica of the real watch. In our script, Keifer plays Malcom, Shelby plays Elizabeth, Brady plays a cab driver, and Kelsie is our narrator. We struggled getting our script together, it turned out being a more…

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    TERRATOO: RETURN TO EARTH #2 is a sci-fi, action script that explores man’s nature for war over peace. Solid themes about destiny, revenge, and freedom drive the plot, as well as saving humanity. The highlight of this script is the presences of two resilient females that go up against each other. One represents good forces and one represents evil. It 's refreshing to watch two powerful women. It’s their personal conflict towards each other that captures one’s interest. Their raging and intense…

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    The script for the play Johanna: Facing Forward by Tlaloc Rivas deeply moved me while I was reading it. I found the dialogue to be emotionally powerful and the stage directions intriguing. The script affected me so much that I was almost afraid to see it on the stage. Unfortunately, however, I was very underwhelmed by KU’s production of Johanna: Facing Forward. Many of the scenes that moved me in the script fell flat on the stage, due largely to the actors’ lack consistent connection to their…

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    We’ve all experienced it before, the pursuit of forgotten memories; the tinge of helpless perplexity that stumps our consciousness, bothering us until our obstinacy relents to a shrug of the shoulders. Amy Herzog’s play, The Great God Pan, explores such sensations. Burgeoning playwright Amy Herzog attempts to illustrate this pursuit through the character Jamie, a potential victim of child molestation. This November, The Great God Pan opened at Davidson College’s Barber Theatre. Directed by Dr.…

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    consistently dramatic. The script conveys solid themes about never giving up on one’s dream. It’s a classic rag to riches story. The story has the potential to be very insightful. The hook of the story is the idea that one can lose it all, but still triumph. The goal is clear and the stakes are personal. The story is driven both by the inner, emotional goals of the protagonist, as well as the external goal. While one can envision the story being very inspirational, the script would benefit…

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    the movie, the script is a kindergartner’s ratty piece of art, whereas the film is a masterpiece in brilliant color. The film strays from the path of its written companion by adding a more complex plot line, yet it keeps the main issue the same. The filmmaker’s choice to do so keeps viewers watching while still staying true to its roots. The addition of flashbacks to the movie was a tactful move on the director’s part; Mrs. Stevenson’s position as a bratty, pampered rich-kid is shows to extend…

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    studies in Oxford University, Cambridge University, Harvard University, University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University, and Academy of Public International Law at the Peace Palace (Horsfield, "Miriam Defensor Santiago"). All of these facts show that not only is she educated, but also has excelled all throughout her study years. Given all the schools she was enrolled in and the degrees she attained, one can be assured of her vast knowledge acquired from her long years of study - local…

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    a teenager she was awarded Miss Black of Nashville and Miss Tennessee. She is also in the television hall of fame. In the article titled Oprah Gail Winfrey it said “Oprah is considered one of America's most influential people”. She is still a T. V show hostess and has her own television channel (Oprah Gail Winfrey). History will remember Oprah Winfrey through her contributions to society such as opening public libraries and protecting children. We will remember her as someone who influenced so…

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    The rise of Queen Hatshepsut, the woman who became the fifth pharaoh of the eighteenth dynasty. Her reign was said to be the longest of any other woman before and after her. Not only did she lead her country for years but it flourished. This paper will go through Queen Hatshepsut the woman, from queen to pharaoh, and obliterated from history. Before she was the considered the greatest women in history, Queen Hatshepsut was just an ordinary woman and daughter of a king. Queen Hatshepsut reigned…

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