Where Commissioning and Passion Projects Meet with Beatrix Wood XpoNorth Digital Shorts - S2 EP3

Listening to your own creative voice amidst market demands can be a challenge. The talented and celebrated filmmaker, writer and painter Beatrix Wood, navigates the obstacle course of the creative and the commissioning process, and shows us where the twain meet. A must-see for any artist, Beatrix offers a window into her creative practice and shares hot-off-the-presses the development of her newest film, Home Movie.

Beatrix's Reading Recommendations:

The Voice That Thunders - Alan Garner

Bird by Bird - Anne Lamont

Women Who Run With The Wolves - Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Poetics - Aristotle

On Writing - Stephen King

Save The Cat! - Blake Snyder

Writing In Restaurants - David Mamet

The Practice of Writing - David Lodge

The Writer’s Journey - Christopher Vogler

Essays on Screenwriting - Jean-Claude Carrière

Various books on mythologies - Joseph Campbell

Goddesses in Everywoman - Jean Shinoda Bolen

The Crone - Barbara Walker

Write To Be Published - Nicola Morgan

The Film Marketing Handbook - John Durie, Annika Pham, Neil Watson

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