009 – CINDERELLA: AFTER THE FAIRY TALE – Interview with Katherine Botts

By / 2017-06-20

Title:  CINDERELLA: AFTER THE FAIRY TALE Genre: Dark Fairy-tale Drama Logline: After Cinderella uses a witch’s dark magic to get to the ball, she must now find a way to break the contract between them or else she’ll have to forfeit her unborn child. Script: Cinderella After the Fairytale 2017 – EtS My Script Notes: CINDERELLA – ATF –… Read more

008 – Interview with Rzwan Cabani

By / 2017-06-12

  In today’s episode I had the great fortune to interview Rzwan Cabani. He’s been repped by Zero Gravity Management and one of the big four agencies in LA for a couple years now, and still hasn’t had his big break. He graciously discusses his journey and what it’s been like to navigate these waters…. Read more

007 – GOLDIE – Interview with Brett Martin

By / 2017-06-05

Title:  GOLDIE Genre: Horror Logline: A home-invading female serial killer stalks a true crime author whom she wants to write her bloody life story. Script: GOLDIE – Brett Martin – AF My Script Notes: GOLDIE – Brett Martin – notes – 5.20.17     Today’s episode features a writer I’ve known for a while now…Brett Martin (CLONE… Read more

006 – Script Feedback

By / 2017-05-29

In today’s episode I discuss the process of receiving script notes and how you should implement them.  And trust me, the advice is as varied as the feedback people can provide on a script. I didn’t set out to create definitive labels for the various types of notes a writer can get, but I did… Read more

Amateur Script – THE ALBUM

By / 2017-05-25

Writer(s): Edward Shine & Frankie Shine Genre: Contained thriller Why you wrote it: There are a lot of contained thriller/horror specs out there. We wanted to throw our hat in the ring and I think we’ve come up with a unique take on the genre. We were shooting for Misery meets Green Room. Would love to… Read more

What’s Your Favorite Script?

By / 2017-05-23

Due to scheduling conflicts there will be no new podcast episode this week.  My sincerest apologies. If either of these situations can be resolved this week, I will publish a new episode next week. In order to provide content this week, I will be reviewing an amateur script on Thursday. If you’d like to get… Read more

005 – Who Are You Writing For?

By / 2017-05-15

In this episode I give into some frustration and basically have a controlled rant for about fifty minutes. Essentially bringing up topics that aggravate me about how people will judge scripts.   There are quite a few I didn’t even cover.  Ultimately what I’m attempting to hone in on are all these things writers and… Read more

004 – LOG – Interview with Alison Parker

By / 2017-05-08

Title:  Log Genre: Horror Comedy Logline: A weekend of debauchery turns to terror for a group of friends staying at an old lumberjack camp when a bloodthirsty log springs to life and embarks on a murderous rampage. On today’s show, I had the extreme pleasure of speaking with Alison Parker (LOG, LAZER SLOTH).  Seriously, it… Read more

003 – Story and Embracing Your Concept

By / 2017-05-01

In this episode I talk about Story and Embracing Your Concept. I also have a guest on to explore these topics with me (I’d post his name…but you don’t know him). If you have any scripts or movies that you love that embrace their concept, please post a comment to make the rest of the world… Read more

002 – WHAT REMAINS OF TROY – Interview with Steffan DelPiano

By / 2017-04-24

  In this episode I got the opportunity to speak with screenwriter Steffan DelPiano (WHAT REMAINS OF TROY, INHUMAN, ROGUE). SIDENOTE:  If you happen to be a screenwriter who is also proficient at WordPress, and would be willing to exchange notes for some website assistance, please contact me.  And when I say proficient, I mean… Read more

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