Scenes Journal – Issue 1

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Welcome Scenes Journal Issue 1. Issue #1, ‘Scenes of our past’ is featuring creative screenwriting and photography work from Sabrina Mahfouz, Marcelo Montecino, Mustafah Abdulaziz, an in-depth interview with Berlinale Silver Bear winner Gonzalo Maza, and much more.

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Scenes Journal Issue 1 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue #1, ‘Scenes of our past’ is featuring creative screenwriting and photography work from Sabrina Mahfouz, Marcelo Montecino, Mustafah Abdulaziz, an in-depth interview with Berlinale Silver Bear winner Gonzalo Maza, and much more. The issue will also include an examination of how Senegalese filmmaker and writer Ousmane Sembène explores colonial and neo-colonial hegemony in Africa from PhD researcher Ekua Agha, and an essay from Natasha Naayem, on nostalgia in Woody Allen’s ‘Midnight in Paris’.

Bi-annual film journal Scenes is dedicated to fostering progressive work from both established and emerging screenwriters. Aiming to support screenwriting’s potential and promote it as a literary art form. Each issue will feature short screenplays as well as high quality analogue and digital photography. Interviewing featured screenwriters as well as critiquing original and classical scripts as well as hosting film essays.

Scenes Journal is a biannual print magazine publishing screenplays and photography. Each issue includes an interview with a screenwriter, original and classical scripts, and film essays.

Scenes Journal Issue 1 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue #1, ‘Scenes of our past’ is featuring creative screenwriting and photography work from Sabrina Mahfouz, Marcelo Montecino, Mustafah Abdulaziz, an in-depth interview with Berlinale Silver Bear winner Gonzalo Maza, and much more. The issue will also include an examination of how Senegalese filmmaker and writer Ousmane Sembène explores colonial and neo-colonial hegemony in Africa from PhD researcher Ekua Agha, and an essay from Natasha Naayem, on nostalgia in Woody Allen’s ‘Midnight in Paris’.

Bi-annual film journal Scenes is dedicated to fostering progressive work from both established and emerging screenwriters. Aiming to support screenwriting’s potential and promote it as a literary art form. Each issue will feature short screenplays as well as high quality analogue and digital photography. Interviewing featured screenwriters as well as critiquing original and classical scripts as well as hosting film essays.

Scenes Journal is a biannual print magazine publishing screenplays and photography. Each issue includes an interview with a screenwriter, original and classical scripts, and film essays.

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