Saturday, November 17, 2018

From the Writer's Studio: A Little Re-Up of an Old "Classic"

Greetings Gauntletarians new and old, and welcome to another installment of the "From the Writer's Studio" feature of the Gauntlet of Balthazar.

While "From the Writer's Studio" often features articles dedicated to dissecting existing films and series for their writing stances, foibles, and issues, or just tackles specific elements within screenplay and narrative writing, it also has come to envelope the film and promotional videos that my company, Nevekari Enterprises, releases.

As one of the partners in that business, as well as a writer, I see little distinction between what we place on the page in written word and what ends up on film. Then again, as the person responsible for the musical scoring of our releases, I see little distinction between the general arena of sound production and soundtrack as composite elements within the filmic artistic whole, so perhaps my perspective is not as compartmentalized as many other people's inside or out of the field.

Thus, what I'm saying, I guess, is that even an interview about one of our early projects, such as the one I'm about to tell you about, which has been recently re-mastered and re-up'ed, is, in my opinion, as valid a discussion of any of the elements of writing style, technique, and intention, regardless of the shameless self-promotion of the entire affair.

Therefore, I am very pleased to announce the release of a brand spanking new version of the lead interview culled from our 2012 in-industry promotional DVD release - "Partisan Earth", finally presented on our own Youtube channel and homepage.

As always, please do watch and enjoy, and I implore you to hit "like" and "subscribe", and "share" and "comment" (here or on Youtube) if you'd like, and please don't forget to click on the "notifications" bell icon, so you can hear about as our new releases make their on-line debuts.

Oh yea, if I forgot to mention it - whether you are a Space Opera fan or not, when Partisan Earth finally comes to the small screen, it will become one of your favorite series of all time. Just sayin'.


Till next time.

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