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Interview with Inside Out Writer Meg LeFauve

Interview with Inside Out Writer Meg LeFauve

We all have a journey and path to our own success. This road to success is often not a straight line andoften is bumpy with pot holes and unpaved roads and for some has dead ends. YouTube channel RocketJump Film School talks with writer and director Meg LeFauve about her inspiring story of how she got to work on Pixar's Inside Out.

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School: Examining Film Adaptations

School: Examining Film Adaptations

Ever Wonder why books are different than their movie counterparts? The expression 'the book was so much better' is often uttered by fans of the book. This is often due to movies being compressed into a short amount of time rather than an epic adventure, story elements sometimes need to be rearrange to make more sense to audiences, and sometimes climaxes are exaggerated for a more dramatic effect on screen.

Youtube Channel Lessons from the Screenplay look at the movie Arrival and how it was adapted from a book to its screenplay. Warning this contains spoilers of the movie. Watch the video below: