Writing “Groundhog Day”: did it really take less than a week?

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The classic movie “Groundhog Day” is a masterpiece, and the screenwriter’s story of how it was conceived and written is fascinating. What can we learn from it about the creative process?

Mammoth on the Bus: How Switching Mediums Helped Me See What I Was Missing

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A vivid example of how switching mediums helps shed new light on your subject and escape your medium-specific habits.

Aaron Blaise Work Process [Animation/Illustration]

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Process analysis of a drawing by Aaron Blaise, and how to implement it in different creative fields.

Princess Bride CAPTURE example [writing]

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A sample exercise in CAPTURING a scene from a film [writing].

Beverly’s Interview Capture [screenwriting]

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Example of layering wet and dry captures in screenwriting.