- Stu Maschwitz has a great post on storyboarding. We don't storyboard as a rule. I go into some detail about that on my Directing page on the Pandora Machine Wiki.
- When the British stopped talking like Americans.
Regardless of the degree to which these older rural dialects are extinct now, the fact is not so much that the British stopped talking like Americans, so much as urban British dialects became the type of English spoken by a majority of the English populace. Particularly London.
In essence, something happened in Southern England that didn’t happen in America. Whereas the local dialects of New York City (the largest city in the US) have remained largely confined to a small portion of that metropolitan area, the dialects of London (the UK’s largest city) have been spreading their influence in various ways for hundreds of years.
- Josh James interviewed on Script Shadow