Paramount Pictures is an international film and television production studio. It is consistently ranked as one of the top-grossing film studios in the world and it is well-known for movie blockbusters such as Grease, Friday the 13th and Mission Impossible.
The studio has employed most of the best script writers in the world but it is sick to the back teeth of their whingeing behaviour. The studio has decided to put its foot down and open an academy to develop new talent.
Do you think you have the right skills and personality? If you want to apply for the academy, write a postcard to the talent manager answering the following questions:
- If you were granted three wishes, what wishes would you ask for?
- If you had to choose one thing that represented your personality, what would it be and why?
- If you had to change into an animal, what animal would you choose and why?
- If you had to write a script about a famous person, who would you write about and why?
The Oscars are one of the most prestigious awards for people who work both on screen and behind the camera.
We all have our favourite actors, actresses and celebrities, but do we know the people who make it all happen. The producers, the directors, the sound recordists, the camera operators, the stunt men and women, the interpreters, the lighting directors, the writers……. etc. Unfortunately, for many of us the answer is no.
The Oscar’s aren’t really my cup of tea as I’m not that keen on fashion, neither listening to the stars thanking their parents, husbands, wives and children for their patience and support. Not to mention the crying and boo hoo hoo-ing; why do they all blubber so much?
If I were in their shoes, I would be jumping for joy, shouting: ‘I am a WINNER – GIVE ME THE STATUE’.
So, imagine you are the best; you are brilliant and you have just won an Oscar. What would you write in your acceptance speech?
Do you need inspiration? Ok, no problem, check out what Forrest Whittaker said when he won Best Actor in a Leading Role for The King of Scotland. Click here.