During July to August 2010, writing creatives from around the world flocked to Oxford University, UK. Flourishing under the guidance of inclusive and supportive creative industries professionals and mentors at Oxford University’s prestigious Exeter College – ‘The Turl Times‘ was launched by founding editor and publisher: Mr Jackie Lee King.
With the re-launch and limited release of audio trailers for A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS v2.audio, Wise Words Media‘s A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS v2.audio celebrates 10 years of The Turl Times and the international team of creatives behind it.
For content makers and content creative’s, there’s never been a better time to approach audience’s around the globe.
Audiences are literally captive. House-bound. Hungering for fresh, unique and high-quality content backed by market-tested cred, presented by trusted, well-known brands that have commercial traction, longevity and deep industry-credibility.
Wise Words Media‘s family of brands are not just story-telling vehicles – they are stories waiting to be told. Multiple times to multiple audiences. Across integrated, multiple platforms. Over and over and over again.
“The Turl Times breathed life and creative soul into A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS v2.audio“, says Wise Words Media‘s Sean McIntyre, creative producer and founder of A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS. “The audio trailers released today include HARVEST, REUNION.RED.CIRCLE.THREE, HOW TO KILL YOUR FAVOURITE CHARACTER and ADDICT”.
“Each of these scripts began life as a short story in The Turl Times “.
Sean McIntyre says he owes thanks and gratitude not only to founding editor Mr Jackie Lee King and their creative writing colleagues, but also the creative industries professionals and mentors at Oxford University’s prestigious Exeter College.
“Oxford University’s Exeter College was a hot-bed of creative, inspirational activity. We all flourished as creatives and people”, says Wise Words Media‘s Sean McIntyre. “In many ways, the environment was like a start-up incubator – the group’s talent, creative abilities and professional intellect was apparent to all of us from the moment we all met. It felt like our creative identities were being turbo-charged forward into very exciting areas and new directions. As collaborators, we were as thick as thieves”.
The mutual energy was harnessed and channelled by founding editor, Jackie Lee King, into The Turl Times – a monthly publication of short stories offering a rotating who’s who of guest editors. Sean McIntyre says one of the greatest achievements of The Turl Times for founding editor Jackie Lee King was progression towards listing The Turl Times for academic searches with The Library of Congress, America’s oldest federal cultural institution.
Wise Words Media officially launched A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS v2.audio with the release of the first audio trailer for KIDS (or games before hometime) on Tuesday August 29, 2017. The audio was recorded on Monday 26th September, 2016.
“For this special, limited release of audio trailers for A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS v2.audio, we’re letting loose the KIDS again”, says Sean McIntyre. As the first audio / visual trailer to be released, KIDS (or games before hometime) also marked official announcements around the evolution of Wise Words Media:
- Wise Words Media became a creative industries production house during 2016
- A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS – in addition to its role as a proven script development incubator for theatre and film, officially evolved into a production and distribution vehicle of audio content
- A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS v2.audio – established as a production vehicle for extensive audio projects based around themes of social inclusion
Sean McIntyre says the limited release will be staggered over coming weeks and months. It’s also likely to be rolled out to include participating creatives from A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS – the live event script reading series he founded and created in July, 2010 at Theatreworks, St Kilda (Melbourne, Australia).
“In all honesty, the limited release of these trailers is for the benefit and enjoyment of my nephews, good friends and colleagues from the 2010 Creative Writing course held during July to August, 2010 at Exeter College, Oxford University“, says Sean McIntyre.
“We are scattered all over the globe. All of us beset with the various challenges brought on by CoVid-19 in our respective countries. My aim is to simply provide some cheer and distraction for everyone in lockdown – whatever stage that may be at”.
“For now I want to say to everyone from my time at Oxford University, including all contributors and readers of The Turl Times – I wish you all the best, I am thinking of you all and hope you are in the best of rude health”.
“Keep pushing at The Gate”.
Oxford University’s Exeter College has been home to the world’s best known alumni, including actors, lawmakers and novelists: Martin Amis, novelist | Roger Bannister, athlete and neurologist | Sydney Brenner, biologist and 2002 Nobel Laureate | Richard Burton, actor | Kenneth Hayne, Judge of the High Court of Australia | Lady Flora McDonnell, children’s author | Imogen Stubbs, actor | J. R. R. Tolkien, novelist.
A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS v2.audio | audio trailers
Sean McIntyre | (executive producer / producer / creator / writer / director)
- 3 disparate ‘children of the world’. A ‘road movie’ crossing 3 continents, 3 careers, 2 ways of surviving and only one way of dealing with grief: yours. The surviving 2 can’t reconcile. What if a family reunion was never meant to be?
- CAST: Katharine Innes
- IMDB | https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7234582/reference
- How To Kill Your Favourite Character
- Famous chick-lit series femme fatale, Riley Goddard, must track down a killer. With the help of her friends Lilac, Mopes and the mysteriously dressed Minor Support Character, can she bust open the case before she runs out of words?
- CAST: Amy Coutts
- IMDB | https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5616484/reference
- Nobody remembers what it was like to Dream. No one knows the first thing about Harvesting, let alone Dreaming. Old Man Harvest is the only one left.
- CAST: John Flaus
- A mockumentary plotting Molly’s journey through group therapy and counselling sessions as she battles to conquer her demons and live a fulfilled life – one idea at a time.
- CAST: Emma-Louise Wilson
- KIDS (or Games Before Hometime)
- Told through the eyes of seven children drawn from diverse local and ethnic multicultural backgrounds, ‘KIDS‘ delves into pressing issues facing Australian society.
- CAST: Stacey Andonopoulos, James Ao, Amy Coutts, Elliot Cyngler, Simon Joseph Doyle, Reece Manning, Diana Nguyen, Tegan Jones, Cait Spiker
About The Turl Times
The Turl Times is a Private Newsletter distributed, via the Internet and print, from the students of the 2010 Oxford University Summer Creative Writing Program.
© Turl Times | © On The Grass LLC | All Rights Reserved 2013
Turl Times Inquiries: On The Grass LLC | 508 W 6th Street Apt 1 | Bloomington, IN 47404
About Jackie Lee King
At the age of 40, Jackie decided to leave a career in Corporate America to pursue his dream of becoming an accomplished author of short stories, essays, novels and plays.
In pursuit of this ‘hobby,’ he attended the University of Oxford Summer Creative Writing program and has never looked back. Out of this experience, he worked with an illustrious team of authors and artists that created a publication showcasing creative writing from around the globe.
He continues to write about the music industry (his other hobby), in his spare time. From record labels, to concert venues, to the artists themselves, he has spent the past 20 years immersed in this ever‐changing industry. His articles that span from Taylor Swift to The Genitorturers (currently at 120) and he continues to promote great musical acts in both Country and Heavy Metal.
You can check out several of his articles at http://www.a2une2u.blogspot.com
With over 700 years of history, Exeter’s alumni have helped shape the world, and continue to do so today. Below you can find out about some of Exeter’s best known alumni, including actors, lawmakers and novelists, as well as discover some of Exeter’s less well-known alumni who are making a difference in their field.
- Martin Amis, novelist
- Roger Bannister, athlete and neurologist
- Sydney Brenner, biologist and 2002 Nobel Laureate
- Richard Burton, actor
- John Ford, playwright
- Kenneth Hayne, Judge of the High Court of Australia
- John Kufuor, President of Ghana
- Lady Flora McDonnell, children’s author
- Imogen Stubbs, actor
- J. R. R. Tolkien, novelist
- Stansfield Turner, head of the CIA
- David Warren, UK Ambassador to Japan
- Thomas Wood, composer
A Fistful of Scripts is a proven script development incubator for theatre and film.
In 2016, A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS v2.audio was launched to become a production vehicle for extensive audio projects based around themes of social inclusion.
TARGET MARKETS | as at Sept 2016 (production dates):
- Product delivery will target specific audiences through iTunes and podcasts for:
- Radio for the print handicapped
- Radio in general
- English as a 2nd language students (ESL – TESOL & other)
- Arts sector and consumers of arts entertainment
- Online audiences looking for diverse and differentiated audio content
Wise Words Media worked exclusively with the Creative Content Studio at REALM, Ringwood (Melbourne, Australia) located within the new Bizhub facility on Maroondah Highway.
About A FISTFUL OF SCRIPTS
We write ’em. They read ’em. You hear ’em.
Writers rode into town with a fistful of scripts and went lookin’ for actors and directors. When they got together all hell broke loose. Now they’ve formed a posse. When they find The Audience… anything could happen.
Starring Writers that write ’em, Actors that read ’em and Directors that direct ’em. Special guest appearance by The Audience that hears ‘em.
A 100% non-profit production, ‘A Fistful of Scripts‘ acknowledges the kind assistance of Theatre Works, St Kilda.
The driving philosophy and rationale behind ‘A Fistful of Scripts‘ is to take the work out to the audience. We write ’em. They read ’em. You hear ’em.
A Wise Words Media Production.
About Wise Words Media
For content makers and content creative’s, there’s never been a better time to approach audience’s around the globe.
Audiences are literally captive. House-bound. And hungering for fresh, unique content with market-tested cred presented by trusted, well-known brands that have commercial traction and deep industry-credibility.
Wise Words Media‘s family of brands are not just story-telling vehicles – they are stories waiting to be told multiple times to multiple audiences across integrated, multiple platforms. Over and over and over again.
Established in 2003, Wise Words Media has more than 19 years of experience in content production, marketing, media and communications. We have created, written, edited, published and distributed content across a diverse range of industry sectors including finance, legal, tourism, the arts, tertiary and government.
We have worked within multi-nationals and side-by-side in partnership with creative practitioners and professionals at corporate and SME level.
About Sean McIntyre
Collaborative by nature, content producer Sean McIntyre brings to life the vision of clients as well as creatives such as writers, directors and producers.
He is an experienced film producer and screenwriter of world cinema. Sean McIntyre‘s Callumny Films represents scripts of various genres for international co-productions at international film markets written by himself and other screenwriters – such as American Film Market, USA.
Sean McIntyre has also produced and written plays which have been performed in Australia, Ireland and the United States. Selected for Melbourne Theatre Company’s prestigious 2015 NEON Festival, his new work ‘KIDS’ performed to a sold out audience.
He is also co-founder / writer / producer at Jimmy Flinders Productions, established in Nov 2011 with co-founder / director / producer Marco Romero Rodriguez.
Melbourne | Sean McIntyre
T: +61 0413 397 441 | E: email@example.com | skype: sean.wise.words.media