Woe to the Scribe!

An ancient proverb expresses to the point, necessity is the mother of invention, and so for the contemporary innovator whom wills to make a living through the course of evolution, a need must first be acknowledged as the cause to create the effect of the evolutionary work.  The aforementioned organic series of events spawned the creation of the filmlit.  A scribe invested in delivering a word upon the theatrical platform observed famine taking the stage, and more critically backstage.  This famine starves the scribe who is not produced as well as the audience starving food for thought. The Writers Guild of America reports:

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An occasion to “reinvent the wheel” has come to resurrect the mind with ancient technology…IMAGINATION!  The intellectual whom embraces the moment to experience a filmlit work will be ignited and activated in the function of the brain exceedingly beyond productions featured on multimedia platforms and courses found in traditional educational systems.  The brain will be triggered to work as it should and not as it has been programmed systematically.  Now the innovative conception takes the form of a revolutionary act in its own right!  Even more cause to rally behind the force…the shift in paradigm in favor of the fallen scribe for the theatrical, intellectual realm.  A shift in delivery of the content as to exchange one-on-one with the intellectual.  A century’s old relationship finally taken to the next level, meeting the parents, the scribe and the image artist to connect with intimately delivering and receiving theatrical works in the first form projected from the mind.  What say YOU?!