Monthly Archives: July 2012

Discovering A Theme

One of the things I do with my students when I go to the Escuela Internacional de Cine y Television in Cuba to teach, is that I ask them to work on a little creativity exercise involving them playing with imagery from two unrelated habits in their lives. What is amazing is how, when you […]

The Day Thomas Learned To Speak II – Limbo

When talking with my colleague, Umran Ali, at the University of Salford about The Day Thomas Learned To Speak (working title), he introduced me to this new game called Limbo. From what I was describing about my main character, Thomas, an 8 year old boy, and what I said about his state of mind, and […]