Kim Barry Brunhuber is a Toronto writer, reporter and documentary filmmaker. His first novel Kameleon Man was a finalist for several awards. His TV pieces have aired across North America and Europe, and his articles have appeared in newspapers and magazines in the U.S., Canada, and South Africa.
“I consulted other writers, read countless software reviews, and demoed every scriptwriting and outlining program available for the Mac. When I tried SuperNotecard I finally found what I was looking for. And as a documentary producer, it didn’t take me long to realize how valuable it could be for plotting an hour-long piece in a way that would allow me to see the program holistically and rearrange every scene and clip easily according to its colour and deck. And as an added bonus, the support team responded quickly to every question I had, and even took suggestions for its next upgrades. My advice: demo everything out there to see what works best for you. But if you’re looking for an easy-to-use, visually oriented plotting program, SuperNotecard will probably be the last one you ever will try.”