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Director: Patty JenkinsScreenplay by: Allan Heinberg Feminism in film is a widely discussed topic, as it should be. In historical cinema, there have been plenty of times when the women characters have been pushed to one side, one-dimensional or merely there for voyeuristic purposes. In some media, it has now taken a 360 turn to …

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Director: Michael M. ScottScreenplay by: David Golden When planning to immerse your viewers into the world that you’ve created for them in your screenplay, it can be hard to know how to tell them certain elements that are important to the plot without spelling it out to them or patronising your audience. This is defined …

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Director: Steven SoderberghScreenplay by: Ted Griffin In most narrative structures for a film, there is a goal set out in early scenes that the characters have to complete by the end of the film or franchise. For some, it may be they are trying to get someone to fall in love with them, find their …

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Director: Martin ScorseseScreenplay by: Laeta Kalogridis The opening sequence of a film is critical to the success of a film – it is the first taster that the audience gets. It is fundamental that whatever happens in the opening scene entices the audience to keep watching while establishing characters and genre of the film. While …

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Hi! Welcome to Scene Siren, the hub for everything you need to know about film and TV. I am a graduated film student who is obsessed with knowing the theory behind everything, crying at films and watching too many TV shows on Netflix and other various streaming platforms. On this website, I will be posting …

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