Neil Gaiman Addresses the University of the Arts Class of 2012

This is a link to an inspiring talk by Neil Gaiman, one of my favorite authors. His talk to a graduating class is relevant to us all; yes, even film production accountants and line producers. We also make good art….

It really is a MUST SEE – take a few minutes and enjoy it:

http://vimeo.com/42372767

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I have worked in the film production industry since 1985, working on over 50 different productions of every size in 6 different countries. My self-published book, "Walk The Talk" is written in an easy to read manner for film students and working professionals who haven't had the chance to learn how to 'Direct the Money'.

2 Responses to Neil Gaiman Addresses the University of the Arts Class of 2012

  1. Very good blog! Do you have any suggestions for aspiring writers? I’m planning to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost on everything. Would you propose starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I’m totally confused .. Any tips? Many thanks!

    • My only advice is to start. Once you get started then set aside some time to keep creating on your start. Writing is creating something from nothing; however, with a blog you need to get past the button-pushing. I’d go with wordpress.com because it is relatively simple. I’ve had blogs in other areas and I’ve found that this blog has kept going and going, whereas the others didn’t.

      Anyway, good luck with it and Make-Good-Art!

      Cheers / John

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