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OnWriting is a screenwriting podcast brought to you by the Writers Guild of America, East. It's a show about the stories we see on our screens and the people who make them happen. Each week, writers from the film, television, news and digital media industries talk to us about their work - from pitching to production, from process to favorite lines, and everything in between. Season 1 is hosted by Jordan Carlos. Seasons 2 & 3 are hosted by Caroline Waxler. Seasons 4-6 are hosted by Kaitlin Fo ...
 
World's Greatest Adventurer Productions (or WGA-Productions) is a Modern Audio Drama production company. Currently we are producing, Genesis Captain Marvelous Jericho Nash - World's Greatest Adventurer (2017) Genesis, is a multi-cast show following the lives of young people who have superhuman powers. Follow their struggles to use and control their powers as well as dealing with enemies to them and their world. Captain Marvelous - Is a one-man show, done as a parody of classic Silver Age com ...
 
A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.
 
Writers Group Therapy is a monthly podcast by writers for writers. Many of our episodes are topical and run 8-12 minutes – enough to consume while you’re downing your half-caf-mocha-latte between writing sessions at whatever coffee shop you’re currently camped out. After 100 weekly episodes, we switch formats to a longer monthly show, usually about 2/3 news and writer info and 1/3 an interview with an industry pro. Follow on Twitter (http://twitter.com/wgtherapy) and Instagram: http://instag ...
 
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This week on the No Film School Podcast, Creative Artists Agency tries to dupe the WGA by signing a made-up contract, Netflix passes on movie theater-buying, Disney+ demands major coin from its subscribers for Mulan, and the new diversity rules for the Best Picture Oscar are unveiled. Also, Sony drops its new extra-small, full-frame camera, the a7C…
 
Geri talks to Amber Ruffin—writer and on-air talent for LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS and the creator and host of the forthcoming NBC Peacock talk series THE AMBER RUFFIN SHOW—about the process of writing two shows concurrently, how she crafts jokes out of movie clichés, how wearing MC Hammer pants can teach you to be fearless in a writers room, and …
 
Brian H Potts has made waves through his transparency on Linkedin and Twitter. It all started a month ago, with a post about his rejection letter from Perkins Coie back in 2002, his dream law firm, only to celebrate the fact that he is now partner at that very firm. The caption was “Law Students: If at first you don’t succeed, try try again.” The p…
 
From his early days at USC making a little student film called THX 1138, to winning his third Oscar for The English Patient, Walter Murch has innovated the fields of sound design and film editing becoming one of the most respected and knowledgable figures in his profession. Murch details to us how he first got interested in filmmaking and discusses…
 
Alex and Nick give feedback on five of your teasers on this year’s final Paper Tease session. Plus, we reveal the winner of our new 2020 Paper Team Mentorship! Paper Tease Entries “There Goes the Neighbourhood” by Tobias Tobbell “Hench” by Kwame Lewis “Rift Jumpers” by José David Ernand “The Lot” by Travis Brashears “America’s Strangest Syndromes” …
 
This week we discuss a new entertainment industry jobs report on Planet Money, how Sony and Canon are competing with parallel release dates for upcoming products, and an AI software called Colourlab which will revolutionize post-production workflows. Check out Charles Haine's article about Colourlab here. To wrap it up, we cover some of our favorit…
 
The making of the film is an amazing journey and a must-listen. Writer/director team Michael Schwartz and Tyler Nilson have an unbelievable story to tell: the arduous and joyful seven-year journey to make The Peanut Butter Falcon a reality. From the humblest of beginnings to creating a legitimate sleeper hit, these gentlemen lived out of cars and t…
 
Season 7 host Geri Cole speaks with Oscar- and Writers Guild Award-winning screenwriter and director Charlie Kaufman about his latest film, how his writing is shaped by fear, finding meaning in his films, the benefits of walking, and much more. Charlie Kaufman is a critically acclaimed screenwriter and director. His writing credits include ETERNAL …
 
Is this new media collaboration tool ideal for making your remote work interactive? This week, we remember the great Chadwick Boseman and the impact of his work. We also discuss how to manage desperation as an emerging filmmaker. Writer Jason Hellerman joins us to continue to weigh the value of the new screenwriting app ScriptHop. Plus we answer a …
 
Shu and Sherm discuss basketball amidst a pandemic and their favorite FOOD Network show. The two discuss the upcoming Emmy Awards and their views on the nominees of the season. They discuss the voting process for the Emmys and give their approach on how they will be voting this season. They share their excitement on the Lead Actress in a Limited Se…
 
Gina talks about her beginnings in the film industry and her film Crossing, which was a Semifinalist in the 38th Annual Student Academy Awards. She also shares how she graduated from Abrams' personal assistant to a sought-after writer who wrote on the critically acclaimed HBO show, Westworld. She and the Diversity Hires talk about their school days…
 
Susan Gallagher is an actor/writer/producer who can be seen on the former YouTube, now Netflix show “Cobra Kai,” as Homeless Lynn, as well as the upcoming Sam Medina film “22 - The Unforgotten Soldier.” We discuss building your own career and how she’s doing it outside of Hollywood. Show Notes: Cobra Kai on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/81…
 
Alex and Nick answer your TV writing questions about character arcs and animated script length, and discuss the latest TV writing news involving the All-Rise writers’ room mutiny and the WarnerMedia restructure. Plus, we talk with director Charles Mruz about his new board-game documentary Gamemaster, and tease an upcoming Paper Team mixer. Content …
 
Oscar-nominated camera wizard Jeff Cronenweth sat down with us to talk about his origins in the film industry. As a young man, Cronenweth spent time on the set of Blade Runner as his father, Jordan Cronenweth shot it. He walks us through the next chapter of his career, starting out as an AC for legendary DP Sven Nykvist and how his long term workin…
 
Filmmakers are gearing up for submissions to festivals, including Sundance so we go over release and festival application strategy. We also discuss the pros and cons of the upcoming platform ScriptHop. For tech news, we cover the new Final Cut Pro. And finally, we tackle the million-dollar question: “Why are you the best person to tell this story?”…
 
Logan Schneider walks us through his cinematography career, from starting out in the camera department, to shooting scrappy music videos, until bringing a film-caliber prowess to "Drunk History." We also talk about personal growth and maturity as an overlooked aspect of professional growth. *Edit*: Despite what we say in the intro, Schneider has no…
 
In an informative new episode featuring guest Katherine Tolentino, we tackle the history of foreign influence in Hollywood, pay equality across departments, working overly long days, and what might be the birth of a new filmmaking manifesto á la Dogme 95. Plus, a new augmented reality software from FXhome and the pros and cons of crowdfunding.…
 
Alex and Nick catch up with their 2019 Paper Team Mentee Paul Chang, staff writer on the upcoming animated Disney TV comedy The Curse of Molly McGee. We discuss what he’s been up to over the past year, including how his first full season in a writers’ room went, the importance of building relationships, how COVID has had an impact for him professio…
 
In this session, we talk with Mattson Tomlin, the screenwriter of the action/sci-fi Netflix film "Power Project." (23:15) Mattson also scripted and produced the upcoming film "Little Fish" starring Olivia Cooke and has gained attention for being brought onboard to co-write "The Batman" with Matt Reeves. We also discuss the new WGA MBA contract, Mul…
 
Come along with Andy and his friend Brooks Collins of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) as they search the hills near San Francisco International Airport for the wreckage of Flying Tiger Airlines flight 282, which crashed there in 1964, right near the spot where Gaspar de Portola's 1769 expedition became the first Europeans to behold Sa…
 
Alex and Nick feature their next Paper Tease session by giving feedback on four more of your original TV pilot teasers. Paper Tease Entries “Dad’s the Word” by Peter C. Hayward “Earthrise, Earthset” by Zac Kostyrka “Cuba Libre” by Stephen Nolly “Out for Blood” by Jack Fuhrmann If you enjoy Paper Team, please consider supporting us on Patreon at pap…
 
Kaitlin speaks with writer Katori Hall – the creator and showrunner of the Starz drama series P-VALLEY – about the show's journey from theater to TV, the showrunner as changemaker, how creating a show is like climbing a pole, and much more. Katori Hall is an acclaimed playwright whose stage credits include Hurt Village; Tina; and The Mountaintop – …
 
Two years ago, Matt Enlow and Oren Kaplan started the Just Shoot It Podcast with a key question: What does a director do? Now, we come to them with our own key question in mind: What does a director do...during a pandemic? Listen in as we learn more about how to use this time creatively, how to shoot in the time of COVID, and other secrets of the t…
 
Alex and Nick talk about the big picture of your TV pilot script and its scope, from what the first episode should capture, to what it can leave out. What defines the scope of your TV pilot? What are ways of deciding when the pilot should start and when it should end? How do you tell a satisfying episodic story while also setting up a longer-tail s…
 
Alex and Nick answer your TV writing questions about reference letters, international writing programs, spec script timelines, and title page fonts. Plus, we take a look at the latest business news, notably the new WGA 2020 MBA and success stories of past guests. Content Shout-Outs and Updates (00:32) TV Writing Questions: Reference letters, intern…
 
Kaitlin is joined by Kristen Bartlett and Mike Drucker—the Emmy-nominated and Writers Guild Award-winning co-head writers of FULL FRONTAL WITH SAMANTHA BEE—to talk about the challenges of writing comedy remotely, how they're taking more creative chances with material and the benefits and responsibilities of being co-head writers of a late night sho…
 
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