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EURO PUDDING is a podcast in English (with weird accents) by European screenwriters, for the professionals of the television business. And it's delicious.

Euro Pudding SEAN, Philipp Scherzer, Pierre Puget

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EURO PUDDING is a podcast in English (with weird accents) by European screenwriters, for the professionals of the television business. And it's delicious.

    9 - Maggie Murphy - "Development has to stay fun!"

    9 - Maggie Murphy - "Development has to stay fun!"

    Maggie Murphy, a veteran Hollywood TV producer for some of your favourite series, tells us what exactly is "development". How do you find an idea and make a great series happen?

    • 55 min
    8 - Dennis Schanz - “As a showrunner, you have to know how to communicate your idea”

    8 - Dennis Schanz - “As a showrunner, you have to know how to communicate your idea”

    With Dennis Schanz, writer, producer and creator of the Netflix series SKYLINES, we talk about how to create the role of the showrunner in the European system.

    • 50 min
    7 - Felice Goetze - Building characters using the enneagram

    7 - Felice Goetze - Building characters using the enneagram

    We're back! With writer Felice Goetze, we discover how to brainstorm and build series characters using the enneagram, a model of human personalities.

    • 53 min
    6 - Álvaro Luna - "How can we depict society differently?"

    6 - Álvaro Luna - "How can we depict society differently?"

    Pierre and guest co-host Ruddy-Williams Kabuiku have an enlightening conversation with American academic Álvaro Luna about diversity and representation on French television.

    • 1h 10 min
    5 - Lorraine Sullivan - "In Europe, we need to develop a cultural identity"

    5 - Lorraine Sullivan - "In Europe, we need to develop a cultural identity"

    Lorraine Sullivan, former head of the Serial Eyes programme and supervisor of the Séries Mania UGC Writers Campus, talks about finding and educating talents in Europe, giving a taste for creativity, and fostering diversity.

    • 58 min
    4 - Ellis Freeman - "You really learn the most in a playful mode"

    4 - Ellis Freeman - "You really learn the most in a playful mode"

    German screenwriter Andrea Frischholz introduces us to "Silent Zooms", and Ellis Freeman, head of screenwriting at DFFB, gives us many tips to find back our creativity in these strange times.

    • 59 min

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