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Adapting a Biographic Novel

Dec 31, 2010

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skyhighsmile: Is the relief of the accent done in the screen play?
at Apr 25, 2012 - 3:57 AM
Or is it something that would normally be handled by the producer or director?
eindianos wrote
at Jan 04, 2011 - 4:45 PM
Great advice.  Establish it and relieve it. Make an imprint and move on to hold the audience. Interesting phenom. The audience still hears it once it's downloaded early on.
sunbird1942: Using Accents
at Jan 01, 2011 - 8:22 PM
I wonder if this holds true for novels as well.
grahm617: handling accents
at Dec 24, 2010 - 4:56 PM
This question on handling accents was very helpful, as the project I am writing has accents in it! Thank you. Have to go back now through my project and re-work it!

What McKee says makes sense, setting the mood and atmosphere first and slowly reliving the need to write in that particalar accent or dialect!

I was never taught this anywhere else before - until now!

Thx a lot!

Tony: Preserving
at Aug 08, 2010 - 3:17 AM
Is it possible to download the weekly presentation for future referra?

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