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The official podcast of the Writers Guild of America West, WGAW, Info and updates about the Guild and interviews with screenwriters about screenwriting,,movies, television and the entertainment business.
 
Delicious show episodes crafted for on-the-go media consumption. Served with your choice of movies, technology, and other forms of media entertainment this podcast is just the right dish needed to help you start a conversation.
 
WordSound Radio & Media: a Free Forum for individual and artistic expression, provides a platform for the development, marketing and promotion of ideas, products and businesses. It is an offering from Lady Khadija, on behalf of DGTS Community Projects.Information available at www.dgtsprojects.info
 
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Sharks strike fear in the minds of most people who ever watched Jaws. As frightening a creature they are; however, sharks are never good subjects for a movie. There are very few plots involving sharks in which to script an original film. Jaws is the best shark film made, and that was just about 40 years ago. Tell the same story over with The Sh ...…
 
My Oscar ballot results suck. The Academy’s disappointment wins. Moonlight wins over the much acclaimed La La Land Crash gets the statue over Brokeback Mountain, the favorite to win. Green Book was good enough to win, but not the only choice to lose against ‘the people’s’ favorites. Some great film moments of 2018. We the audience are the Acade ...…
 
Brian interviews 2019 Writers Guild Award winners Sam Shaw (Manhattan) & Dustin Thomason (Lie to Me) the co-creators and showrunners of Castle Rock, the series on Hulu based on the Stephen King universe.
 
Host Luciano Saber speaks with Krista Vernoff (Shameless, Private Practice, Charmed) about her career, creative process, and journey to become showrunner/EP of ABC’s long-running hit drama series Grey’s Anatomy.
 
A post-awards season Bonus Episode... A recording of WGAW’s Beyond Words 2019 panel event feat. Writers Guild Award-nominated (& winning) screenwriters: Bo Burnham (Eighth Grade); Joe Robert Cole (Black Panther); Brian Currie & Peter Farrelly (Green Book); Lauren Greenfield (Generation Wealth); Nicole Holofcener (Can You Ever Forgive Me?); Ozzy ...…
 
Katie O’Brien & Kathryn Renee Thomas, two of the creator/writers of Teachers, talk about creating an innovative sitcom with Monique Sorgen.
 
Tim Doyle (Last Man Standing, Speechless) discusses his TV series, The Kids Are Alright, and his career with Monique Sorgen.
 
Josephine Green Zhang interviews writer and producer Kristin Hahn (Cake) about her feature film, Dumplin' on Netflix.
 
Hilliard & Chris speak with Oscar-winning screenwriter/director Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave, Shame) about his current film, Widows.
 
Moon Zappa discusses Destroyer with screenwriters Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi (Ride Along, The Invitation).
 
Monique interviews Mary Poppins Returns screenwriter and multiple Oscar and WGA nominee, David Magee (Life of Pi, Finding Neverland).
 
Moon Zappa interviews Steven Conrad the creator-writer-director of the Prime Video Series Patriot and upcoming Epix series, Our Lady Ltd.
 
A double bonus episode with screenwriter-directors Barry Jenkins (If Beale Street Could Talk) and Adam McKay (Vice), who discuss their most recent films.
 
Veteran Writer/Producer Luke Del Tredici (Arizona, Brooklyn Nine-Nine) talks about his career in television and writing an indie feature.
 
Moon Zappa interviews screenwriter Daniel Stiepleman about his feature film, On the Basis of Sex which chronicles the early career of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
 
Brian interviews writer, showrunner, and WGAE president Beau Willimon (House of Cards) about his current feature film, Mary Queen of Scots, and dramatic series on Hulu, The First.
 
David Schulner discusses is career and new series, New Amsterdam with Luciano Saber.
 
Hilliard Guess talks with Joe Robert Cole about his career and current film, Black Panther.
 
Moon Zappa interviews Sacha Gervasi about his new HBO film My Dinner With Herve, and his career in features.
 
Brian talks with The Front Runner screenwriters Matt Bai & Jay Carson & Jason Reitman (director), the team behind the Gary Hart political drama.
 
Moon Zappa interviews Micah Bloomberg & Eli Horowitz, the co-creators and writers of Amazon's dramatic series, Homecoming.
 
Brian interviews Arash Amel (Grace of Monaco) about his career and new feature film, A Private War.
 
Looking back on this movie in relation to the title of the film, there should be a more artist approach to this biopic for the band Queen and not the man Freddy Mercury. At face value, Bohemian Rhapsody is a paint-by-the-numbers biopic without the celebratory weight of a meaningful story. They dangle Freddy Mercury on screen just long enough fo ...…
 
Steve Trautmann sits down with sitcom creator and showrunner Chuck Lorre (Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men) to discuss half hour comedies and his new Netflix series The Kominsky Method.
 
Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan discuss their careers and new movie Wildlife, which they co-wrote and Dano directed.
 
Screenwriter David Lowery discusses his career and writing and directing his new movie, Old Man & The Gun.
 
Monique Sorgen talks with writer/director Tamara Jenkins (Slums of Beverly Hills, The Savages) about her new Netflix film, Private Life.
 
Halloween has a newfound popularity rooted in a remake that is a sequel (a remakequel) to the beginnings of a franchise relaunch. Not new material, but there’s a case for simplicity with horror movies that over time lost to the evolving use of special effects and jump scares. Halloween (2018) wasn’t a great movie; however, it is what this genre ...…
 
Steve talks with writer/director/showrunner Julie Plec (The Vampire Diaries, The Originals) about her new genre series on the CW, Legacies.
 
Moon Zappa interviews writer/director Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice, The Last of Robin Hood) about his new film, Colette.
 
Moon Zappa interviews writer/director Drew Goddard (The Martian, World War Z, The Cabin in the Woods) about his new feature film, Bad Times at the El Royale.
 
Monique Sorgen talks with Night School screenwriters Harry Ratchford & Joey Wells & Matthew Kellard about their careers and the hit Kevin Hart film.
 
Criminal Minds showrunner Erica Messer discusses her career and climb up the TV writing ladder to Executive Producer with Luciano Saber.
 
Lauren Miller Rogen talks with Monique Sorgen about writing and directing her feature, Like Father.
 
Remakes and Franchises make movie watching boring these days. Same ol’ this and with a sprinkle of that thing already imagined. Jurassic World and Ocean’s 8 are two examples of films —this summer— whose failure to deviate from the plot and character development of it’s precursors to produced a final product that hit all the marks of fanfare but ...…
 
Luciano Saber talks with showrunner/writer Lauren LeFranc (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Chuck) about her career and her new YouTube show Impulse.
 
Brian interviews writer, director, and showrunner Ken Biller (Star Trek: Voyager, Perception) about his anthology series, Genius.
 
We're always open for suggestions and/or a favorable comment. But Machete don't tweet. Okay, well leave us a voicemail or email: Phone 520-775-1690 Email contact@talkingwithburritos.com In This Episode... The movie theatre is a venue; a luxury, to which only some of us can afford to indulge regularly. Subscription services, like, Movies Pass, S ...…
 
This episode features the final two interviews in our pilot process series with Justin Halpern & Patrick Schumacker ($hit My Dad Says, iZombie).
 
Monique interviews Rawson Marshall Thurber (Central Intelligence, We're the Millers) writer/director of Skyscraper about his move from comedy to high-budget action movies.
 
Steve Trautmann talks to writer, showrunner, and actor Dan Futterman (Capote, Foxcatcher) about making the transition from actor to writer and his new Hulu series, The Looming Tower.
 
Texas native and creator of Dear White People, Justin Simien, talks with Hilliard Guess about his journey to showrunner.
 
Steve talks with writer and showrunner Christopher Lloyd (Modern Family, Frasier, Golden Girls) about his career in television comedy.
 
Monique Sorgen interviews writer and host of Late Night with Seth Meyers... Seth Meyers (SNL, The Awesomes, Documentary Now!).
 
Brian interviews writer/director Shana Feste (Country Strong, The Greatest) about her career and recent film Boundaries.
 
Black Panther is the only black James Bond we need. He has the tech, a suave demeanor, and the well intent to undermine criminal minds who threaten his nations. It would be great to have a black James Bond character on the big screen but as long as he or she is not James Bond and more Bond-like. I’m bored of remakes and studio attempts to reins ...…
 
Justin Halpern & Patrick Schumacker are back for the third part of the Pilot Process series. This time they discuss turning in their scripts.
 
Alec Berg & Bill Hader, the co-creators and showrunners of the HBO series "Barry," discuss the first season, and their careers.
 
Solo is an entertaining movie and could possibly be more to audiences if we could accept him --the individual, Solo-- as the main character rather than a sidekick who just so happens to be the baby daddy to certain Skywalker progeny. This movie isn't necessary to the canon, however, has the potential to payout and entertaining storyline if we c ...…
 
In two movies, Disney and Marvel, (kinda) redefined or rather reintroduced the sympathetic villain into the mainstream zeitgeist: Kilmonger and Thanos. We may not like the pain Thanos inflicts on Earth's Mightiest Heroes in Avengers Infinity War but you gotta like the guy; he has conviction and purpose. Sure he's crazier than a raccoon climbing ...…
 
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