Creating Short Films as a Proof of Concept and Writing Routine Strategies (From Script)
In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, interviews with filmmakers April Maxey and Brian Skiba and how their short films served as a proof of concept for features. Plus, learn different strategies on how to create a routine or container for your writing practice, and Script contributor Dr. Rosanne Welch celebrates the female screenwriters who came before us with this month’s spotlight on author turned Hollywood screenwriter Elinor Glyn.
Economic Storytelling with Sundance Short Film Work Writer-Director April Maxey
Filmmaker April Maxey speaks with Script about how she started out as a filmmaker, workshopping the short through the AFI Directing Workshop for Women, and the types of stories she’s driven to tell.
Elinor Glyn Recognized “It” Before Anyone Else—Because She Had “It”
Script contributor Dr. Rosanne Welch celebrates the female screenwriters who came before us with this month’s spotlight on author turned Hollywood screenwriter Elinor Glyn.
TV Writer Podcast 129 – Comedy Guru Steve Kaplan
Want to get to the heart of comedy? Look no further than this week’s episode, as host Gray Jones interviews comedy guru Steve Kaplan.
Ask the Coach: Superstitious About Writing Time?
Script contributor Jenna Avery shares different strategies on how to create a routine or container for your writing practice, without being afraid to experiment and refine.
Arizona Filmmaker Brian Skiba on His Lionsgate Thriller Pursuit Starring John Cusack and Emile Hirsch
Brian Skiba has explored a wide spectrum of genres and mediums, working as the ultimate chameleon of filmmakers. Read our interview with Skiba as he discusses his fascinating creative journey.