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Fresh hope for National Harmony Bills


HOLLYWOOD has something called The Black List. Started in 2005 by a film executive named Franklin Leonard, it is an annual survey that asks hundreds of movie industry players to name their favourites from the year’s scripts that have not yet been turned into feature films.

This showcase of most-liked un­­produced screenplays has become commercially and culturally influential, often persuading movie makers to embrace promising but neglected projects, and boosting the careers of fledgling writers.

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