Aniko J. Bartos
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About Aniko J. Bartos
Anikó J. Bartos now maintains studios in both Budapest and Arizona's Sonoran desert, after coauthoring 9TimeZones.com, a print/web/wap project that appeared in the Whitney Biennial. She was interviewed by Hungary's leading cyber-issues magazine and the Frei Dosszié/Dossier program (Central Europe's premier TV newsmagazine) has filmed a profile of her, broadcast on TV2. At the moment, Anikó is prepping a cookbook entitled "Hungary? Let's Eat!" She speaks Arabic, Russian and English, in addition to her native Magyar, and is currently studying Pig Latin.
Hildegard von Bingen: 9TimeZones.com/scr/#e
Titles By Aniko J. Bartos
This volume contains works by Greg Beatty, Jim Hiner, Alysson B. Parker, Avery Elzmyth, Stephanie Curcione, When Jackson Pollock Met Julia Child, Swapna Kishore, Steve Cross, Jacqueline Seewald, Margaret B. Davidson, Robert Bradley, J. R. Salling, Don Mahan Durbin, Liesl Jobson, Anikó J. Bartos, Raquelle Azran, Anna Evans, Robert Craig, Lisa McMann, Chad Redden, Chris Crittenden, Molli Robey, Frances Drabick, Pussy Willows, David Jordan, Peggy Duffy, Shelly Rich, Pat Detmer, Beth McMurray, F.J. Bergmann, Audrey Dench, M. Kelly Lombardi, Charlie Cameron, Donald Crane, Frank Marenghi, Suzanne Martins, Elizabeth Crabtree, William Blaine “Jim” Durbin, Scott Ravede, Gary Cadwallader, Katrina Martin, Judi Rowena, Anneka Beatty, Shelby Goddard, Avital Gad-Cykman, Tgarma, Anna Evans, Jim Hiner, Chris Crittenden, Liesl Jobson, Dennis Boyd, Sonya Carver, Wayne Peters, and Holly Iossa.
This book is a how-to, showing rather than telling the art of screenplay collaboration online. The bulk of the text consists of communications between two widely-separated partners, as they solve the problems faced by all distance collaborators. The emails are interspersed with literary examples (short stories, etc.) that serve as teaching moments. The screenplay scenes are numbered, as they are completed, and the finished screenplay is contained in the appendix, with the scenes in numerical order. Some readers have described the book as "a master-class seminar in script collaboration."