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Best Pilar Alessandra podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Pilar Alessandra podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
Updated June 2020
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OVERVIEW hosted by Rick Overton (self claiming "Imperfectionist") is a conversation with brilliantly creative people and will delve into the mechanics of their craft in a fun and engaging hour. Whether tackling global issues or personal, the talk will be good! Laughs and insights are the goal, and OVERVIEW will bring it!
Episode 666 called for a discussion of one of the greatest movies of all times, The Omen, with one of the greatest screenwriters of all times, David Seltzer. Not only does he share his thoughts and feelings about writing horror, he also gives insight into the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory!…
Goal coach Debra Eckerling talks about the road trip approach to setting, planning and achieving goals laid out in her new book, Your Goal Guide.By Pilar Alessandra
Documentary filmmaker Senain Kheshgi talks about the way she uses narrative movie structure to shape her groundbreaking films.By Pilar Alessandra
Writer/Actor/Comedian Rich Fulcher returns to crack Pilar up with his take on voice acting, pitching and writing on Matt Groening’s animated show Disenchantment.
Veteran writers Juliet Aires Giglio and Keith Giglio talk about following structure while freshening genre in their latest venture writing Christmas movies (Christmas Reservations, A Very Nutty Christmas) for Lifetime.
Pilar enlists the listeners to talk about the bingeable shows that are helping them get through the Coronavirus quarantine.
Chris Sparling, writer of BURIED, THE SEA OF TREES (nominated for the Palm d'Or at Cannes), MERCY and the soon to be released GREENLAND, is a veteran at working remotely and taking meetings online. In this episode he offers tips on virtual networking, maintaining focus and writing well.
Locked down with their mom, Pilar’s kids Ezra Dodson and Rita Dodson discuss “teen” language, portrayals of teenagers on screen and their mutual love of inappropriate horror movies.
Personal finance consultant Lisa Gould leads a creative conversation about ways that writers can save, manage and spend their hard-earned money.
Brian Keith Etheridge has been a writer and co-EP for the half-hour comedy The Neighborhood, The Goldbergs, Mike and Molly, The Mick and The Ranch … just to name a few. Here he shares his wisdom about writing, pitching and the dynamics of the writers’ room. His philosophy: “Anyone who pitches the solution is a hero."…
Screenwriters Dave Merlino and Dustin Sweet share their four-year journey filming a documentary about war veterans.
Writer/director Wanuri Kahiu lives in Kenya, takes meetings in LA, and makes movies for the world. Here she gives her inspiring take on writing adaptations, directing actors and the need for “fun and frivolous” stories about African culture.
Pilar wants to let you know about online/video-conference classes at On the Page and to announce that in-person classes are suspended at the studio for spring due to COVID-19. Stay safe and have a good writing week! www.onthepage.tv
Pilar sits down with her step-father, Philippe Koenig, to discuss the first 40 years of his life as though it were a series of movies.
Writers Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg discuss their love of horror, their unique writing partnership and their experiences writing Spiral (the next movie in the Saw franchise) starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson.
Showrunner Jeffrey Lieber digs into story, craft and the writers room as he shares his experiences about moving from playwright to filmmaker to TV writer and pitching a show called LOST along the way.
Writer/Director Danish Renzu talks about the passion and persistence that went into making his latest movie, “The Illegal.”By Pilar Alessandra
Pilar and her friends Brian Pope and Mike Musa get together for their annual discussion/argument about the best screenplay and best adapted screenplay Oscar nominees.By Pilar Alessandra
Ready, set, go! Determined to finally get your script “out of your head and onto the page?” Hear how Pilar helped one of her toughest cases: her husband Pat!By Pilar Alessandra
Author / illustrator Vincent X. Kirsch talks about the ways that picture books have helped him write better screenplays and the ways screenwriting has helped him make better picture books.
Writers aren’t the only ones who have to work their way up. Producer Mandy June Turpin has paid her dues and now has a roster of projects to talk about - as well as advice about how to develop a movie from script to screen.
Siobhan Bachman is a TV executive who previously developed IP for Archie Studios (Riverdale), worked as a manager at 360, was ABC’s UK Comedy and Drama Development Scout and may or may not have discovered a chap named John Oliver. Here, she shares her wisdom about character development, IP adaptation and the differences between British and American…
Manager Kate Brogden of The Cartel discusses what she looks for in a great animated project and a great animation client. A must-listen if you write animation or just love watching it.
Career coach Lee Jessup returns to discuss the writing trends popular in 2019 and shares what’s ahead for the new year.
Pilar and Aadip evaluate log lines sent in by listeners. Who will get a consider, recommend or pass?