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Designed to help you navigate the screenwriting industry, Final Draft, interviews working screenwriters, agents, managers, and producers to show you how successful executives and writers make a living writing and working with screenplays, and how you can use their knowledge to break into the industry. Subscribe today to catch every episode!
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The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast shows you how to make your screenplays bulletproof. Weekly interviews with Oscar® and Emmy® award winning screenwriters, story specialists, best-selling authors, Hollywood agents and managers, and industry insiders. We cover every aspect of the screenwriting process. This is the screenwriting podcast for the rest of us. No fluff. No BS. Just straight talk that will help you on your screenwriting journey. Some of the past guests include 3X Oscar® Winning ...
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Daily discussions about the latest movies and television, including analysis and pro-tips from our global network of screenwriters. Visit thescriptdepartment.net for more shows in our podcast network and to keep up-to-date on our latest projects. Welcome to The Script Department. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-script-department-screenwriting-discussion--3123141/support.
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Welcome to The Successful Screenwriter Podcast your go-to source for in-depth discussions, expert insights, and captivating interviews in the world of screenwriting. Hosted by seasoned screenwriter Geoffrey D. Calhoun, this podcast is a valuable resource for both novice and experienced screenwriters, offering a wealth of insights and guidance. About the Podcast: Dive deep into the art and craft of screenwriting with our engaging episodes that cover a spectrum of topics – from mastering the s ...
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Just Shoot It is a podcast about directing hosted by directors. Each week we interview filmmakers on writing, cinematography, development and acting to learn how to build a successful career as a filmmaker in the Hollywood industry. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hosted by screenwriter and producer Hudson Phillips, the ScriptBlast Screenwriting Podcast exists to help you write better screenplays and write a better life. Jumpstart your productivity in our private screenwriting community! Join today at https://members.scriptblast.com. Learn more at http://www.scriptblast.com.
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Are you aching to write a script but don't know where to start? I'm Linda and I'd love to help you unlock your voice. Drawing on over 10 years of writing experience (including an MFA in screenwriting from USC), I teach sensitive souls like you how to write a script that radiates your most authentic voice, all while teaching you how to create a sustainable writing process that's healing, restorative, and customized to your needs. Being a human is hard enough. Let's let screenwriting be easefu ...
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Let's autopsy the screenplays of your favorite films and TV shows. We'll talk the craft you can learn from their concrete examples, as well as the underlying theories and philosophies behind their storytelling structures. Hosted by Carl Albert. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Matt Bird (author of "The Secrets of Story: Innovative Tools for Perfecting Your Fiction and Captivating Readers") and James Kennedy (author of the novel "The Order of Odd-Fish") have raucous debates about the craft of novel writing, screenwriting, storytelling (and anything else they want to fight about!) Through their discussion you will learn how to be a better storyteller.
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Interviews with members of the Screenwriters Network Discord server. Guests include professional screenwriters with produced film and television credits. Emerging writers who have optioned screenplays and made The Black List, Blood List, and Hit List. Get insight on how to finish at the top of contests from Austin Film Festival winners and Nicholl Fellowship Finalists. Each episode we discuss the writing process, screenwriting contests, fellowships, dealing with rejection, optioning scripts, ...
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The Indie Film Academy® Podcast features interviews with industry insiders in every aspect of the filmmaking process. Our goal is to give filmmakers as much information as possible about the entire filmmaking process so that they don't make the mistakes that many filmmakers have made in the past. Our focus is not simply on one way to make a film, but of the many different ways that filmmakers have found success with a variety of funding and distribution strategies. We also discuss technical ...
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Indie Film Hustle is dedicated to showing you how to hack filmmaking & the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar nominees and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside with no BS, just the truth on what it takes to survive and thrive doing what you love. We discuss cinematography, RED Camera, Arri Alexa, Blackmagic camera, post production, color grading, filmmaking, visual effects, motion graphics, film festivals, editing, film crews, directing, producin ...
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Octavio Solis is among the most celebrated playwrights discussing the Latin American experience, but he wasn't always a writer. Octavio began his artistic journey as an actor-turned-writing-teacher. But when his students started succeeding, he felt an emerging feeling; a need to take his own advice and get to the page. Since then, Solis has written…
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What if indie filmmakers could access the same virtual production systems used on the hit Disney+ show The Mandalorian? What if you could use that same technology at home for your productions? What if it cost less than most RED Camera packages? Today's guest wants to do exactly that. Rene Amador is the co-founder and CEO of the virtual production t…
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This week, Matt & Oren chatted with Eddie Schmidt about directing the new Peacock Original, Good One: A Show About Jokes, and the process behind empowering his interview subjects to be the funniest and most authentic versions of themselves. Matt's Endorsement: X-Men 97 Oren's Endorsement: Sergio's Dance Video & Savanah Moss Eddie's Endorsement: Pro…
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“We had to go back to the ratings board five times. It was a long journey. You have to laugh sometimes, because we had some really grotesque imagery in our film. We even have a demon phallus in the film and nobody was worried about that. It was really the image of the vagina that was getting us that rating,” says Arkasha Stevenson, director, and co…
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Hosted by: Geoffrey D. Calhoun, known for his dedication to educating and uplifting writers through The Successful Screenwriter Podcast. Geoffrey, has been deeply influenced by foundational texts in screenwriting and aims to honor the legacy of screenwriting legends through his work. Guest: Viki King, author of "How to Write a Movie in 21 Days," wh…
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This week we're going through the more quirky aspects of Star Wars that made their way into the franchise, including Han Solo's "See you in Hell!", sentient droids, that kiss (you know the one) and a whole lot more. Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our network of podcasts: h…
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Read Writing Successful Films into her 60s? Zelda Sears Did It! Read about more women from early Hollywood Related posts: Between Broadway and Hollywood: The Screenwriting Career of Ketty Frings – Dr. Rosanne Welch, Script Magazine, January 2024 So Much More than Merely Her Chocolate Cake Recipe – Dr. Rosanne Welch, Script Magazine, February 2024 F…
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How and why should every scene have an emotional event? For the first episode of our tenth anniversary year, we are joined by Judith Weston to talk about Emotional Events. What is an emotional event? Well, it’s a way of thinking about scenes through relationships rather than plot. Instead of asking how a scene moves the plot forward, ask how the sc…
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Do you ever feel like you just need to meet the "right people" in order to have success as a screenwriter or filmmaker? Do you imagine that you're going to get an agent and they'll do the work of selling your script? Or you'll land a producer who'll do the work of raising the money? The truth is: to get to the point that people want to do these thi…
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Did Obi-Wan become more powerful than we could possibly imagine? Death is a funny thing in Star Wars and this week we're delving into how Death has been used as a creative device in the Star Wars Universe. Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our network of podcasts: https://pod…
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Today on the show we have filmmaker and Filmtrepreneur Patrick Solomon. Patrick is the mastermind behind the celebrated film Finding Joe.Finding Joe is an exploration of famed Mythologist Joseph Campbell's studies and their continuing impact on our culture. Through interviews with visionaries from a variety of fields interwoven with enactments of c…
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Matt & Oren are joined by Danielle Aufiero, Mary Ruth Manley, and Jane Flowers for a special casting-themed LIVE SHOW at the Lee Strasberg Institute! Matt's Endorsement: Grandpa's Weeder Oren's Endorsement: The Lost Endorsement Danielle's Endorsement: Parmesan Cheese, Boy Swallows Universe, Underestimated: The Wisdom and Power of Teenage Girls Jane…
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Even though Debby Wolfe began her career writing "edgy, brooding feminist shorts" (her words), but really found her lane as a writer when she wrote a Modern Family spec that launched her career. Since then, she's written on a number of multi-cams, eventually arriving on Lopez vs. Lopez, which she's currently showrunning. Today, Debby discusses how …
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Host: Geoffrey D. Calhoun Guest: Brock Heasley, Writer and Director of "The Shift" Episode Overview: In this compelling episode of "The Successful Screenwriter" podcast, Geoffrey D. Calhoun sits down with Brock Heasley, the creative mind behind the buzz-worthy film, "The Shift." A project that started from a small blog post during the MySpace era, …
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Read So Much More than Merely Her Chocolate Cake Recipe Read about more women from early Hollywood Related posts: Between Broadway and Hollywood: The Screenwriting Career of Ketty Frings – Dr. Rosanne Welch, Script Magazine, January 2024 From Silents to Talkies to TV Lenore J. Coffee Did It All – Dr. Rosanne Welch, Script Magazine, November 2023 03…
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Read Between Broadway and Hollywood: The Screenwriting Career of Ketty Frings Read about more women from early Hollywood Related posts: From Silents to Talkies to TV Lenore J. Coffee Did It All – Dr. Rosanne Welch, Script Magazine, November 2023 03 What Price Hollywood from “Female Creatives & A Star Is Born” with Dr. Rosanne Welch [Video] Dr. Rosa…
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It's War! This week on The Creative Force, Andy and John talk about how the political backdrops of the time have come to shape the creative directions of Star Wars. Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our network of podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/channel/the-script-dep…
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Today on the show we have writer/director Rob Smat. His niche film is THE LAST WHISTLE. It is a Football Drama with a budget 125K, the crew was almost entirely film students, shot in 13 days in Texas, distributed worldwide by Vertical Ent. for 10 theater release this past June and originated as a pitch for Rebel Without a Crew TV show and was turne…
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Director Brenton Gieser hops on the pod with Matt & Oren this week to discuss his upcoming documentary feature: The 50! Matt's Endorsement: Chuao Chocolate & A Real Camera Oren's Endorsement: Gawx Interview & IG Networking Brenton's Endorsement: The Eleven by Kyle Rutkin & Directing Actors Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. …
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Host: Geoffrey D. Calhoun (Instagram @Screenwriterpod) Guest Host: Reece Taylor Special Guest: Filmmaker Justin Mane "Crow" Fan Film: https://www.youtube.com/@CROWfanfilm Introduction: Welcome to another episode of our podcast, where we dive deep into the world of indie filmmaking and storytelling. In this episode, we're honored to have filmmaker J…
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Two reckless teenagers trespass into an abandoned theme park, only to discover it's a home to a family of deranged cannibals. Written by Millie Hayward Read by Marcus Armstrong Edited by Lauren Brits Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our network of podcasts: https://podcasts.…
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Cole Haddon is many things: a feature writer, a showrunner, a novelist, but he's grown an incredibly loyal community for his STORY brain, which mostly congregates on his very popular substack. Today we discuss tone, genre, and plot through a case study in which we compare two very popular TV shows: The Bear and Ted Lasso. In this discussion, we'll …
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In today’s episode, we take you back to the late 90s and early 80s hip-hop and skateboarding culture in New York City with director Jeremy Elkin’s new documentary, ‘All The Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding.’In the late 80s and early 90s, the streets of downtown Manhattan were the site of a collision between two vibra…
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This week, Josh Forbes hops on the pod to chat with Matt & Oren about his brand new, goopy horror feature: Destroy All Neighbors! Matt's Endorsement: Vidiots Oren's Endorsement: Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Manscaped Commercial Josh's Endorsement: Yes & Disco Elysium Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Get a Free copy of ShotLister Pro!…
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***If you've been affected by online romance scams, or if you're seeking resources and support to navigate the complexities of digital deception, visit CatchTheCatfish.com. Host: Geoffrey D. Calhoun (Instagram @screenwriterpod) Guest: Andre Moreau, Emmy Award-Winning Journalist and Content Creator (instagram @amoreaunow) Episode Overview: In this e…
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This week on The Creative Force, Andy and John talk about the force itself and see how it evolved across the different movies and series'. Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our network of podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/channel/the-script-department/id6442503874 Study…
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Writer Michael Brandt is no stranger to the big and small screen. Having written such thrilling films like 3:10 to Yuma, Wanted, 2 Fast 2 Furious and Catch That Kid, he is also the co-creator of NBC’s Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D. and Chicago Justice. His latest film, which he adapted from the book, "Arthur: The Dog Who Crossed the Jungle…
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Scott (and his wife Wendy) fill Max in on their adventure across the Emerald Isle, discussing the haunted hot spots and legendary tales they discovered along the way... also the adventures of driving on the other side of the road.Oleh Max Timm & Scott Markus
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If you're ready for some real talk about what it REALLY takes to succeed as a screenwriter or filmmaker, you are in the right place! This week I take a deep dive into the truth about succeeding (clue: you can't train once a week and expect to win Olympic gold). I also share my 4D formula for the long game to win: Devotion, Determination, Discipline…
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Today is a chance to hear from YOU! We were thrilled to invite longtime listener Jennifer Deaton onto our show to hear about her impressive career in the biz including her life as a reader for Focus Features and screenwriting debut, the award-winning indie feature Jack of the Red Hearts. JOIN OUR PATREON: www.patreon.com/thescreenwritinglife…
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Today on the show we have Simon Swart. Swart has diverse experience in all areas of film production and distribution by virtue of his 30+ years as a leading studio executive at Warner Brothers, The Walt Disney Studios, and most recently 20th Century Fox. Swart left Fox to focus on producing with his film credits including 6 Below and the most profi…
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Matt & Oren chat with Avril Speaks about her brand new podcast Distribution Advocates Presents, along with alternative ways to distribute your feature film! Matt's Endorsement: Keh Oren's Endorsement: Ian Pons Jewell Interview Avril's Endorsement: Tubi Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Get a Free copy of ShotLister Pro! Sen…
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"When I sat down to start writing it, I sort of like came up with air a couple of hours later with a movie," says writer/director Kobi Libii about the origins of his new satirical comedy, The American Society of Magical Negros. “I think it's kind of beautiful that people don't have a reaction that I recognize because my job is to be really honest, …
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This week on The Creative Force, Andy and John discuss the female characters of the galaxy far far away. Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our network of podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/channel/the-script-department/id6442503874 Study screenwriting online at Falmouth …
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Host: Geoffrey D. Calhoun Guest: Bo Mirhosseni, Filmmaker Episode Overview: In this episode, Geoffrey D. Calhoun is thrilled to welcome filmmaker Bo Mirhosseni, the creative force behind the Shudder original film "History of Evil." Join us as Bo shares his journey from skate videos in Long Beach to directing music videos, commercials, and finally h…
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“Just write a story you want to tell and don't try to write something which you think you can sell to somebody because that way is madness. You have to write what you want to write whether it works or not for other people. But if it's not authentic to you, it's doomed at some point along the road. So stick to your guns!” says award-winning writer, …
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Olivia is working hard to keep her late mother’s traditional village tea room afloat. City girl, Emily, opens up a trendy coffee shop next door and the two businesses go head to head. Written by Katie Sullivan Read by Tammany Barton Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our netwo…
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This year, one of the most talked about Animated Shorts at this year's Oscars is WAR IS OVER. The project, inspired by the Music of John and Yoko, is an 11-minute animated short featuring the 50-year-old classic song Happy Xmas (War Is Over), set against the backdrop of war. Today, we welcome three of the shorts' brilliant creators: Pixar alum and …
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This year, one of the most talked about Animated Shorts at this year's Oscars is WAR IS OVER. The project, inspired by the Music of John and Yoko, is an 11-minute animated short featuring the 50-year-old classic song Happy Xmas (War Is Over), set against the backdrop of WWI. Today, we welcome three of the shorts' brilliant creators: Pixar alum and …
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Learning about new and improved ways to navigate archaic structures in our line of business is always very interesting. So, this week, I wanted to take you on a deep dive into blockchain entertainment financing --- refined by entrepreneurs and producers Kim Jackson and Jake Craven of Breaker.io.Kim is a member of the International Academy of Televi…
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This week I dive into 4 of the most common mistakes that I see in screenplays. From repeat beats that drag the story down to scripts that make it too easy for characters, join me in exploring the nuances of escalating plotlines and the crucial element of style. In this episode, you'll learn how to elevate your storytelling game and avoid these comm…
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This week, Matt & Oren dive into their current, career-fueled obsessions: Eye Trace, Screenwriting, & Instagram Doomscrolling! Matt's Endorsement: OmgAdrian & Have a lil' Project Oren's Endorsement: Mad Max, Pizza Party Tater Chips & Mohu HD Antenna Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Get a Free copy of ShotLister Pro! Send f…
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Host Geoffrey Calhoun welcomes author and retired cryptologist J.L. Hancock to the podcast. Hancock discusses his book, "The Hawk Enigma," a military techno-thriller inspired by his experiences embedded with special ops. Main Content: J.L. Hancock's Background: Hancock shares his journey from growing up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to joining the mi…
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On this week's episode of The Creative Force, Andy and John discuss the archetypal roles of Star Wars, how they evolved and how the audience of Star Wars has changed too. Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our network of podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/channel/the-scri…
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“The movie in many ways is about creativity. And it's one of the reasons why I really love it. It's not just about an evil haunted teddy bear. It's about the power of imagination. There's a reason why the movie isn't called Chauncey - it's called Imaginary. It was really fun as screenwriters to just let our creativity run wild and think of all the …
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