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Screenwriter for Retina Display?

Movie Magic Screenwriter

Movie Magic Screenwriter

Happy 2014!

This is a bit of an update to an older post about a possible Retina display compatible update to Write Brothers‘ excellent screenwriting app, Movie Magic Screenwriter (I guess it’s an “app” now and not “program”?).

Long story short: Write Brothers is working towards getting Retina support for the next major release of Movie Magic Screenwriter, which will hopefully be released later this year. Read More…


A Reason for my Absence…

Dollar Cinema Logo

I didn’t spend all these months working on the logo…

Hello blog. I’m back. But I didn’t forget you. No far from it. I’ve been away, busy.

True, abandoned WordPress blogs must hear that all the time from delinquent bloggers, and I guess I’m one of them. But I have been quite busy, and I’d like to share it with you:

My new Web Series, Dollar Cinema goes into production this July.

It’s a comedy about a young Indo-Canadian woman named Amita who inherits an old dilapidated movie house and has to choose between selling it to a real-estate developer intent on creating the next great shopping centre, or running it herself and facing almost certain financial ruin.

Amita will need to team up with her opportunistic half-Indian, half-Italian cousin Mario and the people who work at the cinema, misfits so out of it that the only place they can get work is at a movie house that charges a buck for entry.

The Indiegogo campaign is here, and if you’re in the Vancouver area this July and want to help out, drop me a line. Particularly if you want to cater! And can make gluten-free meals!


Use Screenwriter? Want a Retina Macbook? About that…

Movie Magic Screenwriter

Movie Magic Screenwriter

Anyone who uses Write BrothersMovie Magic Screenwriter and looking to upgrade to a new MacBook Pro with Retina Display, I’ve got some bad news. Read More…

Ryan Reviews “Enthiran”

Ryan Reviews “Enthiran”


My review of Shankar’s big-budget sci-fi action flick, “Enthiran” is up on The Coastal Spectator. Check it out.