Greg Loftin

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Greg Loftin

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Greg Loftin is a screenwriter. He wrote and directed his first feature film in 2007, the award-winning urban western Saxon. He is also course leader of the very first undergraduate program in film editing and postproduction in the UK. His current project, Writing for the Cut,  began life as a practice-based PhD at the University of Exeter, and is now available as a screenwriting manual published by MWP Productions. Through his world class program of editor master classes, he was able to gather many of the vital insights for this book from the likes of Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, The Godfather), Paul Machliss (Scott Pilgrim Versus the World, Baby Driver) Tom Rolf (Taxi Driver, Heat), Mick Audsley (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Murder on the Orient Express), and Lisa Gunning (Nowhere Boy, Seven Psychopaths).

Occupation

Lecturer and Screenwriter

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