After yet another fruitless search for some form of paid writing job to keep me occupied while I finish my degree, I have found myself once again applying for yet more unpaid work. Why do I do it?! I ask myself that every time. I’ve taken on loads of unpaid writing work that eventually I have drifted from and stopped writing for altogether because the … Continue reading Unpaid Writing Work; Opportunity or Curse?
Graham Jones is an Irish film director and screenwriter. The Randomers is his fourth feature film, alongside How to Cheat in the Leaving Certificate, Fudge 44 and The Green Marker Scare. The Randomers proves that action speaks louder than words, what made you choose to write a film without any dialogue? I wanted to make a film about what it’s like to have a relationship, … Continue reading Interview with Graham Jones (Writer/Director of The Randomers)
It’s largely thanks to Mike over at MikesFIlmTalk, who’s recent post deals with a subject that all of us bloggers probably think about at least once; will it make us any money? So head over and have a look at that. I went off on a tangent, like I do, and ended up thinking about why I blog and ultimately why anyone blogs. The … Continue reading Why Do I Blog?
The first half of the 161MC module got me thinking a lot about social media and how it aids an individuals profile as a media professional. I’ve since developed a house style for my blog, Twitter and Facebook accounts and even created a Facebook page for my blog. All of these platforms are linked together and can be accessed through my blog. My blog and … Continue reading Professional Development 161MC: How social media has enhanced my profile as a media producer