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Category Archives: finance
In a joint pep-talk to impressionable young filmmakers, Speilburg and Lucas put on a sour face and predicted the “implosion” of the film business. That’s a way to encourage them kids! They weren’t the first filmmakers to go curmudgeon when … Continue reading
The Huffington Post and Forbes Magazine agree on something. The Middle Class is Shrinking. Kenneth Rapoza for Forbes puts it short in the title to his article from 9th of November, 2012: “America’s Middle Class Shrinks Further. Now, Blacks And … Continue reading
In a score for a recent tender, the Ceredigion County Council rated the CVs of Ptara staff at “10 out of 10.” We didn’t get the tender, and the council has not gone into detail about why they didn’t like … Continue reading
“North Korea is already tied up in layers of sanctions. They don’t seem to have have any impact. ” Says Lucy Williamson for the BBC. Little does she know, the sanctions do have an impact, and a big one. The … Continue reading
Dara Says is a Romantic Comedy set it Wales. Working on this film for the past six months has been fun and funny. When I wrote the script a few years ago, I didn’t feel like the character at all.
The first time I heard of “To Say Goodbye“, it was looking for money for its all-or-nothing Kickstarter Campaign. I wrote an article about writing history before it’s too late when it their campaign was in its final hours. Time … Continue reading
If you look at the box of a Mac, it’ll probably say “Made in China” and “Designed in California.” That might seem insignificant, until you realize the same kinds of labels are being used to justify a war with Iran. … Continue reading