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An Interview with Screenwriter: Neil Graham

Well as Canada has been so generous to me I think I will return the favour. This year I saw Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski’s Madame Tutli-Putli for the first time. It is a work of art. There is something to admire in every frame. And of all time? How about Richard Condie’s The Big Snit. Surely the funniest game of scrabble in film history!! Continue reading

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British Writer Wins Canadian Short Screenplay Competition Best Screenplay Prize

Tweet FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Yorkton, SK – David Cormican, founder of the Canadian Short Screenplay Competition, announced Neil Graham as winner of the CSSC for his short film script “Something Pointless”. The screenplay, as penned by Graham, tells the touching … Continue reading

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