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Screenwriter Cody Brotter interviews fellow Los Angeles-based Boston University alumni in the entertainment industry about their time at BU, their time in LA, and about that 3,000-mile journey in between.
 
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Bruce Feirstein—writer of GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, and the New York Times best-selling book Real Men Don't Eat Quiche—talks to Cody Brotter about the changing landscape of the movie marketplace, what his screenwriting pet peeves are, his experiences as a Vanity Fair Contributing Editor, and the time he encouraged ...…
 
Maureen Bharoocha talks to Cody Brotter about going from behind-the-counter at Sprinkles Cupcakes to going behind-the-camera as their first-ever Digital Content Director. She also talks about directing a short (starring Ron Funches), selling a screenplay to Mar Vista (and getting repped), working with Funny Or Die (and College Humor and Lauren ...…
 
Michael Gunn talks to Cody Brotter about being in Aaron Sorkin’s writer’s room fro “The Newsroom,” writing and pitching (and selling) feature-length screenplays, getting on The Black List, working in casting at HBO, and writing on “The Whispers,” “Black Sails,” and “Designated Survivor.”
 
Daria Polatin talks to Cody Brotter about going from acting to playwriting to TV writing to novel-writing, working on “Dexter,” writing for a show created by a “Breaking Bad” writer, writing and producing a Hulu show, getting the encouragement from the late Jon Lipsky, becoming a bestselling author, and actively making the effort to diversify t ...…
 
Adam Finkelstein talks to Cody Brotter about the long journey from aspiring intern to full-time editor at Trailer Park and what it’s like to cut trailers for giant studio movies and television shows ranging from “Brave” to “Wonder Woman” to “Stranger Things” to “Mad Max: Fury Road”—the latter of which won three Clio Key Art Awards for film mark ...…
 
Corinne Marrinan talks to Cody Brotter about winning an Academy Award (at which she thanked the Academy for seating her next to George Clooney at the nominee’s luncheon), working at “CSI” for a full decade, the importance of diversity in writer’s rooms, and what it actually means to be called a “producer.”…
 
Greg White talks to Cody Brotter about pitching and selling his own shows, finding his niche path in writing for animated half-hour comedies, being a part of the rebirth of “Animaniacs,” and how he manages his own managers in order to treat his TV writing career with the regularity of a blue collar job (advice Greg likely gleamed from his hero, ...…
 
Chelsea Kurtz talks to Cody Brotter about getting from a one-day “guest star” role on “Scandal” and getting asked back for seven more episodes, inspiring words of wisdom she received from LL Cool J (at a party with Nina Tassler and Michael Chiklis), twisting her ankle out of excitement when she booked her first role (on “Criminal Minds”), doing ...…
 
Chris Roewe talks to Cody Brotter about teaching himself VR, interning at Fox Sports Australia (before woking at Fox Sports San Diego), scoring a Production Assistant gig at the Boston Red Sox directly after graduation, and what it’s like to create content for the LA Chargers.
 
In this Summer 2017 Panel moderated by Kevin Ott (former WGA Foundation Communications Director), three women who went from BU to AMC's "Better Call Saul" talk about working as the Associate Producer (Jenn Carroll), Writer’s Assistant (Ariel Levine), and Executive Producer’s Assistant (Desa Larkin-Boutté) on the critically-acclaimed successor t ...…
 
Mark DiCristofaro talks to Cody Brotter about moving to Los Angeles and getting his first job (working on a Steven Spielberg movie), serving as Dan Harmon’s line producer, working on shows like “The League” and “House,” and producing Viceland’s first-ever scripted series (starring James Van Der Beek).…
 
Martin Moakler talks to Cody Brotter about developing Hulu Latino (with another BU alum) when he was the Social Media Manager of Hulu, studying at the late great iO West, getting a fake ID to see comedy shows, and shedding a tear when “The Handmaid’s Tale” took home the Emmy and Golden Globe for Best Original Series of the year.…
 
Amy Neben talks to Cody Brotter about taking the leap from working at a management company to being a freelance manager on her own—and then back to a management company (in this case, Select Management Group), and what it’s like to personally represent some of America’s top influencers (like Brooklyn and Bailey, Sofie Dossi, and Sylvia Gani).…
 
Steven Vitolo talks to Cody Brotter about writing freelance episodes for major television comedies (including "Blackish" on ABC) after being a Script Coordinator and Writer’s Assistant on several TV shows AND talks about creating his own successful app, Scriptation, which is already changing the game for TV writers' rooms around the country (an ...…
 
Nancy Bennett talks to Cody Brotter about working in music (Atlantic Records, Universal Music Group), working in the corporate space (SVP at MTV, VP at Logo), embracing her curiosity around innovative and immersive technology (namely VR), ending up as the Chief Creative Officer at Two Bit Circus, and what inspired her to name her loan-out compa ...…
 
Nick Peine talks to Cody Brotter about sharing the big screen alongside some of the biggest stars in the world, befriending fellow Minnesota comedian Nick Swardson, signing with Principato-Young while still a student at BU, and booking a major role on the Seth Meyers-produced show “A.P. Bio” (starring Patton Oswalt and Glenn Howerton on NBC).…
 
Sabrina Wind talks to Cody Brotter about launching “Desperate Housewives” and “Devious Maids,” working with Reba McEntire, teaming up with Marc Cherry and having the number one show in America, being a Non-Writing Executive Producer, what it’s like when your pilot goes through (and when it doesn’t), and working at CBS News in New York before se ...…
 
Jennifer Celotta talks to Cody Brotter about writing jokes for “Bridesmaids” and “Spy” alongside Paul Feig, writing jokes for Rainn Wilson at the Film Independent Spirit Awards (and winning a WGA Award for it), having her “Office” episode directed by Harold Ramis, writing a feature length film (with Marc Forster attached), interning at the TV A ...…
 
Aaron Fradkin talks to Cody Brotter about writing and directing two of his own full-length movies, teaming up with a producing partner, casting familiar faces from TV and film in his own movies, working in advertising, getting paid to film Bar and Bat-Mitzvahs in his youth, and crying from laughter at the end of “40 Year Old Virgin.”…
 
Amanda Domuracki talks to Cody Brotter about gaming, being a typing wizard, monetizing her obsession with social media, interning at DreamWorks Animation and Disney’s Maker Studios, winning Regional and Collegiate Emmy Awards for the BU TV station, and seeing Hulu’s shelves of awards continually expand.…
 
Jason Hellerman talks to Cody Brotter about writing a screenplay on BU’s campus (that ended up getting on The Black List and ultimately produced by AwesomenessTV and starred Bella Thorne), seeing his film ("Shovel Buddies") on the big screen at the SXSW Film Festival, working for Hollywood producer Michael Costigan, volunteering at Young Storyt ...…
 
Justin Hook talks to Cody Brotter about how he sold a book that has yet to be released, what it’s like to collaborate with Vice, how he got interviewed at Google, how he created games like Google Feud and monetized more websites, and how he went from being the Writer’s Assistant at “Bob’s Burgers” to writing a freelance episode of the show.…
 
Samantha Avery talks to Cody Brotter about what’s going on behind the mysterious doors of YouTube Space LA in Playa Vista, what it means to be a “Creator,” what it was like being raised by two college professors, why she pursued a Bachelor’s in Psychology and a Master’s in Media Ventures, and how she’s brought her Bostonian driving attitude to ...…
 
Ian Arougheti talks to Cody Brotter about being an agent at ICM Partners, one of the top talent agencies in America, after heading up the Innovative Artists Comedy Department, and being named one of "Hollywood's New Leaders" by Variety Magazine. Oh, and he also walked onto the famous BU Hockey Team his freshman year!…
 
Lauren Houseman talks to Cody Brotter about getting staffed as a TV writer by Mike O'Malley, writing for the “Deadpool” writers on their upcoming action comedy “Wayne” on YouTube Red, watching William H. Macy play the ukulele on the set of "Shameless," launching her own side business Hiatus Candles, and winning the Women’s Image Award for “Best ...…
 
Jay Roewe talks to Cody Brotter about working at HBO, deciding to make the cross-country move to LA, his passion for music, and the birth of the Boston University Los Angeles Program.
 
Tasha Brown talks to Cody Brotter about getting hired by Chelsea Handler, developing “New Girl” for FOX, finding writers for Neil Patrick Harris’ Academy Awards staff, writing and selling sitcoms to network TV, and growing up in London. After this interview, Tasha was hired by the Agency of the Performing Arts to be their newest TV Comedy Lit A ...…
 
Peter Paige talks to Cody Brotter about starring on the groundbreaking Showtime series “Queer as Folk” before creating/directing/writing/producing his own groundbreaking series: "The Fosters" on Freeform. He also talks about using his BU acting school training to pitch and sell shows, the importance of lifting up your friends during particularl ...…
 
Rachelle Williams talks to Cody Brotter about going from being a writer on the BUTV soap opera "Bay State" to being a writer on the STARZ drama "Survivor's Remorse" (produced by LeBron James) and the upcoming Netflix comedy "Tuca & Bertie" (produced by Tiffany Haddish and the "Bojack Horseman" team), what it was like to work for late great Flor ...…
 
Christine Riccio talks to Cody Brotter about selling the world rights to her upcoming novel, going viral as a college student, what it's like to have hundreds of thousands of subscribers, being known as "Polandbananas20" and "Polanbananasbooks" by fans across the world, being a YouTuber and BookTuber (and helping her parents understand what tha ...…
 
Michael Medico talks to Cody Brotter about booking acting roles in “Law and Order” and “Sex and the City,” collaborating with his former BU classmates Krista Vernoff and Michaela Watkins for short films and webseries, shadowing “The Fosters” creator Peter Paige, and making the transition from acting on episodes of television to directing episod ...…
 
Hilary Weisman Graham talks to Cody about having the late Carrie Fisher praise her writing, meeting with John Oliver, writing and directing her own movie at the tender age of 23, being the last remaining female director on Steven Spielberg’s reality competition show, selling her first screenplay, getting her first book deal, and writing for “Bo ...…
 
Donick Cary talks to Cody Brotter about being David Letterman's Head Writer at age 25 before leaving to write for "The Simpsons" (which won him an Emmy Award), writing on shows like "Parks and Recreation," "New Girl," "A.P. Bio," and "Silicon Valley," as well as directing a documentary about psychedelics (after being inspired by a conversation ...…
 
Corinne Brinkerhoff talks to Cody Brotter about working for David E. Kelley, writing her first TV episode at the age of 25 (and seeing James Spader, Candace Bergen, and William Shatner say her lines), getting hired as a writer on “The Good Wife" (which got her nominated for a WGA Award), and creating her own network TV shows for CBS and The CW ...…
 
Langston Kerman talks to Cody Brotter about discovering his passion for stand-up comedy, getting discovered by Chris Rock, improvising with Larry David, acting on Issa Rae’s “Insecure” on HBO, and writing for both Comedy Central’s “South Side” and the 88th Annual Academy Awards.
 
Krista Vernoff talks to Cody Brotter about getting the call from Shonda Rhimes to run "Grey's Anatomy" again, what male allies can do to help keep the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements going strong, using her BU acting training as a writer and showrunner, and recognizing what comes easy to you and seeing it as a pathway to success.…
 
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