This week’s theme — arrest, suggested by Teddy Pasternak — has been going quite well and thanks for all your recommendations. But it’s time to think about next week’s theme which is Culture Clash, suggested by Debbie Moon:
The usual drill:
* Copy/paste dialogue from IMDB Quotes or some other transcript source.
* Copy/paste the URL of an accompanying video from MovieClips or YouTube.
I’d also ask you to think about why the dialogue is notable. Is there anything about the dialogue which provides some takeaway re screenwriting?
Here is the lineup for upcoming Daily Dialogue themes:
April 1-April 7: Death [SandbaggerOne]
April 8-April 14: Action hero wisecracks [Shaula Evans]
April 15-April 21: Fan boy/girl conversations [plinytheelder]
April 22-April 28: Making a scene [Trent Carroll]
April 29-May 5: “I’m not who you think I am” [Mark Twain]
May 6-May 12: Profanity free insults [Mark Walker]
May 13-May 19: Recounting a legend [alexmatu]
May 20-May 26: Original composition: Song/Poem [churnage]
May 27-June 2: Sex scenes [Dean Scott]
June 3-June 9: Witty banter [stoneinthesling]
June 10-June 16: All is lost [Turambar]
June 17-June 23: Dinner scene [Liri Nàvon]
June 24-June 30: Interrogations [Def Earz]
July 1-July 7: Profanity [JasperLamarCrab]
July 8-July 14: Begging for one’s life [Despina]
See you in comments for your suggestions featuring culture clash!
And while you’re there, be sure to congratulate Debbie Moon. The TV series “Wolfblood,” which Debbie created and writes, won the Royal Television Society Award for Best Children’s Drama. You can go here to read Debbie’s own thoughts on the experience. She has kindly agreed to an interview, so look for that in the next few weeks.
Here is the Wikipedia page for the series.
Here is the BBC site for the series.