In my last post I wrote about Lars Detlefsen’s analysis of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (1982), but I bet you still have a few questions left. Like “is Deckard a replicant?” Here’s what I already knew: Deckard is NOT a replicant. Several reasons: The original debate came from a script error. In all previous versions […]
Film School Confidential: BLADE RUNNER
We spent the last three days looking at and analyzing my favorite movie of all time; Blade Runner. I’ve watched the film in it’s many versions at least a dozen times, watched the dvd extras, read the book, played the game. What could our fearless leader at the screenwriting education, Lars C. Detlefsen possibly tell […]
Film School Confidential: FUNNY HOW?
If you thought I was done talking about last week at Film School, you are mistaken! Friday was a look on the bright side of things, talking comedy with Lars Detlefsen, head of the screenwriting course at the National Film School of Denmark. We were treated with clips from Hot Rod, Play it Again Sam […]
Film School Confidential: PAIN AND SUFFERING WITH LARS DETLEFSEN
The last three days of this week at Film School we read our treatments aloud and got critique from head of the screenwriting education, Lars Detlefsen. When we were up in that room before the summer, I felt like I took a beating. But today, a fellow student took a beating that reminded me of Bane kicking Batman’s butt […]