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"TAMING A LION" by Whitney Ellis (Family Drama)

  • Apr 21, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Logline:   In the suburbs of Dallas, Texas a battered, desperate mother must risk everything to save herself and her daughter from the nightmare of abuse they suffer at the hands of her vicious police officer husband.

"TAMING A LION" by Whitney Ellis (Family Drama)

To Do

• Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section the week before our meeting.

• Members who bring written reviews go first. :)


• Review the Script

• Talk about The Craft / The Business. 

• Eat and Drink

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  • Green M.

    I stumbled across this title, "The Demon" (aka Kichiku), a little Nippon gem by Yoshitaro Nomura from the last century that deals -- in a melodramatic way -- w/ what the author of the Gaurdian article below refers to as "the last cinematic taboo", chide abuse. Not sure I agree w/ that proposition that it is the last taboo, but either way the film is serious business. In the film, there is an interesting shifting protagonist / antagonist situation that is quite unexpected. I thought folks might be interested to see it, esp. Whitney.

    Also noteworthy, the foley used for the slapping sounds are incredible. Like the sounds used in martial arts films of the day.

    The Demon (1978; Yoshitaro Nomura) --

    Guardian article on the film --

    2 · April 25, 2014

  • Akiva

    Hi ladies and gentlemen. Good news/bad news. We finally heard back from a producer who wants a xmas script tomorrow so i'm going to just give The Imaginator a last read, touch up, etc. and tweaks with my partner. Bad news is I'm going to stay home tonight. I read Whitney's script -- I have notes I'll send along by end of week. Sorry Whitney!

    1 · April 21, 2014

    • Akiva

      You can email me at [masked]. I'm happy to help.

      April 21, 2014

    • SaraMar

      I appreciate your response! I will get my hands on that book asap! :) Thanks Akiva!

      April 21, 2014

  • Max R.

    Hello all!

    I am looking forward to attending this get together, however am having difficutly finding the script in order to download/read (Yes, I have searched far and wide through the files section of the group). Any help with the matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

    April 10, 2014

    • Denise P.

      Hi Max. The scripts for the meetings are uploaded one week before the meeting. So "Taming a Lion" will be available April 14th. You will be sent an email with the password to access the script at that time.

      April 11, 2014

    • Max R.

      Great, thank you Denise.

      April 12, 2014

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