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Ally T

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Ally has eight years' experience working in communications and digital marketing in the higher education, consumer goods, and not-for-profit industries. In addition, she has worked as a freelance writer and editor for the past 11 years. She lives in Australia, and has a special interest in travel, entertainment, and health writing. She holds a degree in creative writing and a Masters in advertising. She has a fast turnaround time on projects, particularly short blog posts.

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Michelle D

Fletcher, North Carolina, United States

A former journalist, Michelle is a high school English teacher with more than 20 years professional writing experience. Although she is skilled at writing about most topics, her expertise is in entertainment (especially popular music) and education writing.

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Sarah F

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Hi! I'm Sarah. I'm a Chicago-based copywriter who's passionate about helping lifestyle and wellness brands get results through sharp, insightful copy. After almost 20 years working with clients like Toyota, Staples, Bank of America, and Restalyne, I'll bring a unique perspective to your brand- helping you uncover that nugget of truth that sets you apart and putting it to work in a big way. Whether you need blog posts, video scripts, web copy or collateral systems, we can work together to make sure we break away from the competition and never look back.

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Molly P

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

I'm a writer and PhD with chops for matching a house style with ease. Check out my writing portfolio on mollypennington.com

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Read Sample Film Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect film content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our film writers:

Good Japanese Movies (1960-65): Dangerous Desires

The Japanese film industry formed a strange landscape in the sixties, with often highly-constrained studio filmmakers churning out pulpish B-movies, flanked by an independent scene that grew out from the Japanese New Wave, and highly experimental narrative films from directors better known as visual artists.

Japanese society was evolving at a rapid rate following the fall of the Empire and greater cultural communication with the west. But if London was swinging and the hippies were challenging conventional morality in the States, cultural taboos were tougher to shake in Japan.

Cinema audiences could, however, live out their frustrations vicariously at the... Read More

A Tale of Two Charts: Taking A Second Look at the Box Office

Charts can tell stories that mere words cannot — a point we can show you by way of example: Let's start with the most successful films of 2017, as tabulated by TheNumbers.com, and put it in two different charts. Each box office graphic will tell a different story about the same data. One appears above and one will show up halfway down this page.

Of course, we could make this point using data on anything from quarterly e-commerce revenues to the productivity of commercial fishing waters. The benefit of box office data is that movies are more interesting to a... Read More

Six Best Adoption-Themed Movies

Since the day my father took my brother and me to see Star Wars back in 1976, movies have always held a special place in my heart. That fateful day began a love affair with the big screen that I've taken with me well into adulthood. Now that I am a father myself, I've been attempting to pass on my fondness for film to my 5-year-old daughter. The first time I took her to the movies was a little over a year ago, when we saw Frozen together. I remember being worried that she would last about 20 minutes, get... Read More

How Spielberg's "Hollywood Implosion" theory isn't that crazy after all

Last week, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas made a bold prediction regarding the future of the film industry, saying prices will skyrocket for blockbusters after a few 250Mil+ failures. Online, the reception of these comments has been pretty harsh to say the least, with Duncan Jones summarizing the comments as a "a fascinating insight into 2 out of touch, old men." That pretty much sums up the viewpoint of the internet, but really, people are forgetting how much Lucas and Spielberg know about the industry. The most common criticism of the statement is simply mentioning the prequel trilogy and Crystal... Read More

How to Evoke Emotional Responses from Digital Storytelling

There are a lot of movies about people falling in love with machines, such as Her, Ex Machina, and A.I.—but there are a lot more movies about people falling in love with other people. It's easier for customers to connect with human stories than with even the most lovable robot or talking app. In turn, a great story about a person can sell a device way better than a great story about a device ever can, and happy endings have a profound effect on how we feel. Digital storytelling may sound cold and robotic, but it should feel just as... Read More

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