CHANGING THE BANKER’S WET Food: Investment Bankers are finicky eaters with sensitive stomachs and changing their wet food can result in changes in the S&P 500 as well as their litter habits.
Category Archives: Screenplay
It’s January, which must mean it is time for Screenplay Month! Many thanks to the editors of TWF for giving some literary attention to a kind of writing which is usually referred to as simply, “a blueprint for a movie.” Also, many thanks to all the writers who submitted their work. It is not easy to tell a complete, compelling, visual story with heart–the shorthand for which could simply be ‘memorable’–in 90-120 pages. It might be even more difficult to do it in only five to eight. Whether absurd, apt, or creepy, each of the pieces selected is memorable in its own way. The common denominator was having something to say and saying it well. The piece that kicks off the selections, “Breeders,” has a very arch heart, but heart nonetheless…
BREEDERS: Two breast-feeding moms avenge mothers everywhere at a West Hollywood restaurant.