Austin Film Festival's On Story Podcast is the companion to Austin Film Festival's television show, On Story. Get an uncensored inside look at the creative process of film making through the eyes of some of the entertainment industry's most prolific writers, directors and producers.
A Conversation with Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis
This week on On Story we’re joined by screenwriting duo Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis discussing their journey writing films such as Five Feet Below, and the recent Netflix adaptation of the J.A. White fantasy-horror novel, Nightbooks.
A Conversation with Dave Kajganich
This week on On Story we’re joined by The Terror writer, Dave Kajganich discussing the elements of scare. Kajganich is a screenwriter and producer. He has written several films in the horror genre, including 2009’s Blood Creek and the AMC network television series The Terror, as well as 2018’s Suspiria, on which he collaborated with Italian director Luca Guadagnino.
Bringing the Undead Alive in Your Screenplay
This week on On Story the writers behind I AM LEGEND, TRUE BLOOD & THE WALKING DEAD discuss bringing the undead to life on screen.
On Writing Horror: with Owen Egerton & Akela Cooper
This week on On Story, horror writers Akela Cooper and Owen Egerton discuss their love for the genre, setups and payoffs, emotional scares, and inspirational moments from classic horror films.
Writing to Direct Big Budget Blockbusters
This week on On Story we’ll join veteran screenwriters Shane Black and Ric Roman Waugh as they discuss what it takes to write and direct a big-budget blockbuster.
Creating "The Blair Witch Project"
This week on On Story we’re diving behind the pages of the 1999 classic horror film The Blair Witch Project with screenwriter Daniel Myrick & his wife and research partner Julia Myrick.
Stop Bleeping. Please stop bleeping interviews
Look... this is an AMAZING podcast! But you’ve GOT to stop bleeping the swear words. They completely lose intelligibility.
I just heard the interviewer compliment Akiva Goldsman, and I have NO IDEA what they’re talking about now, because I have no idea what she said. All he replied was, “thanks.”
You’ve got to leave some context, but your heavy handed bleeping is making the people speaking impossible to understand at times. And it was your HOST you bleeped. Come on!!! Get this together.
At minimum... bleep like the rest of the world... allow us to understand the swear word without actually hearing it. Please do a better job with the bleeps, if they must stay.
Great show for writers
Great show and great production staff! So much great behind the scenes knowledge and insight
Really enjoy tuning in and learning something new. great show!