Scott Fairley

Scott is a writer and theatre director from Canada. He lives in Hamilton with his wife and guitars, and can also be found on both Twitter and his personal blog.

Why I’m Pro-Batfleck

 Posted by on February 2, 2014  Filed as: Editorial  3 Responses »  Topic(s): ,
Feb 022014
Why I'm Pro-Batfleck

Sometimes we can be a difficult group to please. And it makes sense. Whenever you take a franchise with multiple decades of history and mythology behind it and try to change it, those changes will inevitably rub some people the wrong way…

What can you Kickstart?

 Posted by on December 9, 2013  Filed as: Editorial  3 Responses »  Topic(s): ,
Dec 092013
What can you Kickstart?

The history of financing independent films is certainly an interesting one. To finance his first feature, El Mariachi, Robert Rodrigez signed up for a series of medical experiments, some of which he still bears the scars from. Kevin Smith financed Clerks by signing up for a slew of credit cards, all maxed out during the production of the film. Presumably, they were later paid off in full…