Hannah is a screenwriter and film blogger from London, England. She has a BA degree in English Literature and Language with Creative Writing. Hannah researches and writes cinema-related posts for blogs and articles for film magazines. She also writes reviews on screenwriting books and games for writers. Horror is Hannah’s favorite genre with a specific interest in the Slasher sub-genre. She is a fan of horror maestros from Wes Craven, George A. Romeo, and Stephen King to Kevin Williamson, James Wan, and Eli Roth. Hannah hopes to see her horror screenplays on-screen in the near future! She is constantly reading and can always be found in the library reading the latest YA books. Writing both Children’s literature and YA fiction is also on Hannah’s horizon. Alongside Film and TV, Hannah is interested in the Toy industry and writes toy-related reviews and articles on her blog – The Toy Gems. As a freelance writer and content writer, Hannah is always looking for the latest opportunities to contribute her knowledge and research to film blogs and magazines. Hannah is currently studying an MA degree in Screenwriting for Film and Television. See Hannah’s portfolio and her toy blog.
Analyzing Martin Scorsese’s Essay: ‘The Persisting Vision: Reading the Language of Cinema’
How Martin Scorsese brings history to life on the big screen and makes issues of the past still relevant to modern culture.