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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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Writer Kelli McNeil and director Alexander Yellen discuss the Seed & Spark campaign for their new film Daruma, the personal origins of the story, why casting actors with disabilities was important to Kelli and Alex, and much more. You can follow Daruma on Instagram here and donate to their Seed & Spark campaign here! Don’t forget to subscribe t ...…
 
Emergence creators & showrunners Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas discuss their approach to writing the show, their influences while developing it, their work on previous shows and more. The ABC TV Drama about a sheriff who investigates a case involving a young child found near the site of a mysterious accident premiered on September 24th! Don’ ...…
 
2018 Big Break Television Winner Myles Reid discusses his winning script 'Scattershot', how he first got into storytelling, his writing process and much more. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!
 
Emmy-Nominated Handmaid's Tale Showrunner Bruce Miller discusses how the show stays true to the original book, collaborating with Elisabeth Moss and the rest of the cast, what it takes to be a showrunner, and much more. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!
 
Carole Kirschner is the creator of the CBS Diversity Writers Program, director of the WGA Showrunner training program, and a highly sought-after entertainment career coach. Carol discusses what it takes to get into the programs she is involved with, important advice for writers just starting out, and much more. Don’t forget to subscribe to the ...…
 
Emmy-nominated showrunner David Mandel discusses crafting the final season of Veep, his experiences working on other shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld, and Saturday Night Live, and much more. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!
 
Writer-director-producer Micho Rutare discusses his deep note trailer for THX, how he broke into the industry, how his background has affected his career and much more. Micho is the co-founder of American Meme, a production company that recently created the deep note trailer celebrating THX's 35th anniversary. Don’t forget to subscribe to the W ...…
 
Literary manager Matt Dy discusses his tenure at Austin Film Festival as their contest director, why he made the move to Los Angeles to join the team at Lit Entertainment Group and more. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!
 
Writer-director Jennifer Kent discusses why she wanted to tell this story, subverting audience expectations, her research process and more. The Nightingale is set in 1825 and follows an Irish convict woman along with her Aboriginal tracker as they journey through the Tasmanian wilderness in pursuit of the British officer who wronged her. Don’t ...…
 
Graphic novelist and founder of Kymera Press Debbie Lynn Smith discusses her transition from novelist, to writing for Television, to graphic novelist, how she manages the global team at Kymera, her recent deal with The Smithsonian and more. Learn more about Kymera Press here! Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!…
 
Writer-Producer-Actress Teresa Huang discusses her early start in activism, the role she sees People of Color playing in the current WGA negotiations, The Breakthrough Reading Series she co-founded and much more. The next Breakthrough Reading Series event is on Monday, July 29th. Learn about their events here! Don’t forget to subscribe to the W ...…
 
Chambers creator Leah Rachel discusses the inspirations for the show, working with Netflix, the show's inclusive approach to its characters and more. The fantasy-horror series about a woman who survives a heart transplant and begins to develop different personality traits stars Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn. You can now stream Chambers on Netfli ...…
 
Trinkets co-creators Emily Meyer and Amy Andelson discuss the life and death stakes of being a teenager, how they balance the different tones on the show, their writing process as partners and more. The Netflix series about an unexpected friendship that forms when three teenage girls meet in Shoplifters Anonymous was adapted from a young-adult ...…
 
Nice Tan creator Carla Lee discusses how she became a creator, Nice Tan's mission, the Seed & Spark campaign to shoot the pilot and more. There's still time to support Nice Tan's crowdfunding campaign on Seed & Spark and you can donate here. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!…
 
James Vanderbilt discusses Murder Mystery's record-breaking weekend on Netflix, his influences when writing the script, his writing process and much more. Murder Mystery is an action-comedy about a New York cop (Adam Sandler) and his wife (Jennifer Anniston) who go on a European vacation to reinvigorate the spark in their marriage, but end up g ...…
 
Samuel Curtis (Head of Literary Riot Media) and Get Lit student Yoko April Tamada discuss the origins of the program, the relationship between poetry and screenwriting, how Get Lit came to be featured on FX's Better Things and more. Get Lit is a non-profit organization that uses poetry to increase literacy, empower youth, and inspire communitie ...…
 
Screenwriter and founder of The Bitch List Thuc Nguyen discusses how she started the list, unconscious biases and micro-aggressions, buzz words that are past their due date and her projects with women of color protagonists currently in development. The Bitch List shines a spotlight on women of color, people of color and writers of all diverse b ...…
 
Bodyguard creator and showrunner Jed Mercurio discusses his transition from medical doctor to television writer, his blending of the factual and imaginative details in the show, and following the instincts of your inner-writer. Bodyguard starring Richard Madden is available now on Netflix. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iT ...…
 
Ozark showrunner Chris Mundy discusses his transition from Rolling Stone contributor to television writer, how Ozark came to be, and the dynamics of the show's writers room. Ozark seasons one and two are available for streaming now on Netflix. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!…
 
*Listener discretion is strongly advised: This episode contains sensitive content* Grey's Anatomy showrunner Krista Vernoff and Co-EP Elisabeth Finch discuss 'Silent All These Years' and how their own experiences informed the deep dive into its sensitive subject matter told from a uniquely personal perspective. Don’t forget to subscribe to the ...…
 
Screenwriting team Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson discuss how their 20-year career together began, their first foray in the writers room of Smallville, their strategy for crafting pitches, and their latest adaptation of The Hot Zone as a series for National Geographic Channel. The six-episode miniseries about the frightening spread of the Ebo ...…
 
Screenwriter Luke Davies discusses his earlier work on his novel Candy, the award-winning film Lion, and his adaptation of Joseph Heller's Catch-22 for Hulu, directed by and starring George Clooney. Catch-22 is now available for streaming, only on Hulu! Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!…
 
2018 Big Break feature category winner Jeff Cassidy discusses getting his start as a focus puller in order to learn more about directing, how he eventually transitioned to writing and directing, and why he chose to enter his category-winning script Daisy's Story in the Big Break Contest. Since his win, Cassidy recently made his TV-directing deb ...…
 
David Rabinowitz discusses how he and his writing partner Charlie Wachtel got the rights to adapt BlacKkKlansman, getting Jordan Peele and Spike Lee on board, and their Oscar win! The bio-crime-drama is about Ron Stallworth, an African American police officer from Colorado Springs, CO, who successfully manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Kl ...…
 
Simon Kinberg discusses how he and fellow producer Jordan Peele came together to revive The Twilight Zone, the inspiration behind the show's unrelenting twists and how they maintain entertainment and enlightenment in each episode. The Twilight Zone is airing now on CBS All Access. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!…
 
For the last 20 years, Lee Jessup has been coaching screenwriters on all elements of a successful career. Brand assessment and strategy, effective networking, crafting a memorable origin story that makes writers shine in a general meeting - Lee discusses all of this and more. You can learn more about Lee Jessup's services here! Don’t forget to ...…
 
Kellie Madison, whose spec script The Wall just sold to Dolphin Entertainment, discusses her transition from acting to writing and directing, her interest in the dark side of the human condition and the early influences she hopes will help her make an elevated horror film. Madison whose past work includes The Gate and Dear Mr. Gacy is also atta ...…
 
Veteran screenwriter John Fusco discusses his journey from dropping out of school for The Blues to obtaining his GED, being accepted to NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and eventually winning a screenplay contest that brought him to Los Angeles. Fusco wrote a Western on spec against all advice and went on to writing films including Young Guns, Hi ...…
 
Wayne writer-director Greg Coolidge discusses his very early relationship with Final Draft, his experience on films including Ride Along and Employee of the Month, and the surprising 'yes' he and writing partner Kirk Ward received in the room from Youtube. Wayne, a Youtube TV dramedy, follows a 16 year-old Dirty Harry with a heart of gold who s ...…
 
The Mustang writer-director Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre discusses her journey from actress to writer-director, shooting her latest film at Rikers Island, and the challenges of working with animals. The drama follows Roman Coleman, a violent convict who is given the chance to participate in a rehabilitation therapy program involving the training ...…
 
The Hummingbird Project writer-director Kim Nguyen discusses how he avoids getting stuck in creating backstory, his process of screen testing with friends, and how he was able to set the tone for his protagonist in one scene. The thriller starring Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network) and Salma Hayek (Frida) follows a pair of high-frequency trad ...…
 
Writer-director-producer Matthew Montgomery discusses his start as an actor and how he eventually moved behind the camera to produce Devil's Path. The drama/thriller is about two men who encounter each other on a dangerous gay cruising park trail, and quickly find themselves caught up in a deadly game of cat and mouse. The film is available now ...…
 
Austin Film Festival’s Steven DeBose discusses his journey from festival employee to newly appointed script competition director, the culture that defines Austin Film Festival, and the VIP access afforded to all attendees who come prepared for the endless networking opportunities. Submissions are currently open to the AFF script competition. Le ...…
 
Fighting with My Family writer-director Stephen Merchant talks with us about his career in both film and television, how he determines what is vital to a story during the editing process, and the creative ways he moved the story along through commentators in the film. The dramedy (based on a true story) about a former wrestler and his family wh ...…
 
With the support of the Danish Film Institute, Swedish writer-director Isabella Eklöf premiered her feature debut ‘Holiday’ at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Eklöf discusses her creative and development process and her overall career in filmmaking. ‘Holiday’ tells the story of Sascha who joins her drug-lord boyfriend on a luxurious and ultima ...…
 
Since winning the 2018 Big Break Screenwriting Contest, writers Jeff Cassidy and Myles Reid have been busy taking industry meetings with managers, agents, and producers. In this episode of Write On, Cassidy and Reid discuss their Big Break experience and what's next in their careers. Listen now! Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast ...…
 
Writer-director Kevin O'Brien discusses his transition from Creative Director to filmmaker, raising money through crowdfunding, and submitting his debut feature 'At the End of the Day' to film festivals. Information about the film can be found HERE. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!…
 
Cleve Landsberg has led a long career, working on films such as 'Weekend at Bernie's', 'BASEketball' and 'Bruce Almighty'. Cleve has also previously been honored with the DGA's Frank Capra Achievement Award, given to an Assistant Director or Unit Production Manager in recognition of their career and service to the industry and the DGA. In this ...…
 
In this episode of Write On, director Mimi Leder discusses her latest film 'On the Basis of Sex' and her connection to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s story. Leder was the first female graduate of the AFI Conservatory. She has won two Emmys for directing, and is known for her work on The Leftovers, Deep Impact, L.A. Law and more. On the Basis of Sex hits ...…
 
Legendary writer-director and Final Draft Hall of Famer Paul Schrader discusses his acclaimed film First Reformed and offers insights into his creative drive throughout his career. Starring Ethan Hawke, First Reformed tells the story of a Protestant minister facing spiritual and moral questions at his floundering historical church in upstate Ne ...…
 
2017 Big Break Feature Grand Prize winner Greta Heinemann discusses everything from moving to LA from Germany at age 14 to pursue her writing career, working in television, pitching her features and her latest endeavor the Writers Wright journal. The Writers Wright Journal is a productivity notebook designed for writers by writers. Including a ...…
 
After leaving her role as a co-founder at the software company CompuLaw, Revelations Entertainment CEO and PGA Board Member Lori McCreary returned to her love of storytelling as Executive Producer of the CBS Series ‘Madam Secretary.’ Lori discusses her transition from producing film to TV, how Madam Secretary went from idea to 100+ episodes on ...…
 
Aquaman writers Geoff Johns, David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, and Will Beall discuss their paths to becoming writers (including Beall's stint as a homicide detective), their creative process and their advice for aspiring screenwriters. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On Podcast on iTunes!
 
SAGindie Executive Director Darrien Michele Gipson, formerly VP of Development at DEF Pictures, discusses navigating the waters of independent filmmaking and hiring professional actors through SAG-AFTRA’s low-budget contracts. You can find Darrien speaking on various filmmaking panels, workshops, festivals and more around the world, or reach ou ...…
 
Screenwriting consultant and former studio executive Jen Grisanti discusses crafting stories that resonate, finding your voice as a writer and building a network of professional relationships. With experience as a story consultant, TV staffer, and mentor in the CBS Diversity program, Jen Grisanti is dedicated to helping writers make it as worki ...…
 
"I've seen what you witness in Tyrel many times and it's definitely not comfortable and it carries a lot of hidden tension and hypocrisy." Award-winning Chilean writer-director Sebastián Silva talks about his love of Sundance, his filmmaking process, and his films, including Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner The Maid (2009) and his latest releas ...…
 
“Getting in there and trying to find what’s compelling about these stories and then communicate that and grab people and bring them into the theaters…That job I love.” Josh Singer, Oscar-winning screenwriter of Spotlight, discusses his start in children’s entertainment, breaking into the industry through writing spec scripts and transitioning f ...…
 
"[Austin Film Festival] will make you feel less alone as a writer who’s trying to break into the business. There’s wonderful networking and camaraderie here…” This past October, screenwriting and industry professionals from around the world came together for the 25th Austin Film Festival. We spoke with writers Kat Candler (Queen Sugar), Carly W ...…
 
Acclaimed playwright and filmmaker David E. Talbert discusses his 25-year career in theater, honing his cinematic skills by learning on the job, and how his experiences growing up influence the stories he tells. David is currently developing an original half-hour comedy for ABC and his next feature will be an original live-action musical for Ne ...…
 
Acclaimed writer-director Patrick Wang discusses his transition from economy major at MIT to filmmaker, how he feels his way through the editing process to find structure in his scripts, and how he used the idea of community for the one-hundred speaking parts in his two-part dramedy feature A Bread Factory. The limited theatrical screenings sch ...…
 
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