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The Olympic Opening Ceremony & Creative Intelligence

By Frank Cottrell Boyce. Full article in The Observer,  (29 July 2012). ‘Danny (Boyle, the Director) created a room where no one was afraid to speak, no one had to stick to their own specialism, no one was afraid of sounding stupid or talking out of turn. He restored us to the people we were before we made career choices – to when we were just wondering. We shared the things we loved about Britain – the Industrial Revolution, the digital revolution, the NHS, pop music, children’s literature, genius engineers. As Danny wrote in his introduction to the brochure: “We can build…

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Can you mix kids and creative achievement?  You not only can — but you should, says screenwriter, novelist and father of seven, Frankie Cottrell Boyce. “Writers are free to spend their days doing whatever they like; but if they don’t write then they are not writers. They are on their own and so vulnerable to every distraction… “Family is, of course, the most potent distraction and probably the only distraction that   Read More

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