Reviews by Neil Flowers
Neil is an award-winning playwright who has worked as a writer, actor, and director in theatre, television, radio, and film. Various venues have published his stories, articles, poems, and book and film criticism. An intellectual property he co-authored was made into a feature by Jim Henson Films. He has worked as a script doctor and a story editor in film, and editor-in-chief of a blog; written coverage for a film production company; and authored a column on screenwriting. He was assistant director on a feature film (Blur). For five years he was a writer, actor, and director on the nationally syndicated radio show, Rebels Without Applause. For 15 years, he has taught private classes in screenwriting to Hollywood production people and at Los Angeles City College, where he also taught critical thinking and genre studies. He has an MFA in Dramatic Writing and an MA in Theatre and Dance.