Welcome to the Curious about Screenwriting Podcast where you'll enjoy listening to fascinating film industry guests who share their insights on how you can take your screenwriting career to the next level.
FSS 14: Jonathan Katz, Being Seriously Funny Alongside the likes of David Mamet, Johnny Carson & Garry Shandling
Jonathan Katz is perhaps best known in animated form in "Dr Katz: Professional Therapist." He's had a long career before and since as a standup comic & screenwriter. He talks about his upcoming "Dr Katz: Live" performance & finding his way in comedy.
IFH 419: The Filmmaking Philosophy & Genre Defining Films w/ Alex Proyas
I can’t be more excited to bring you this episode. On today’s show, we have the legendary writer/director Alex Proyas, the filmmaker behind The Crow, Dark City, The Knowing, Gods of Egypt, and I, Robot.
JCS Ep 7 Jennifer Zhang & Save the Cat's Cracking the Beat Sheet
In the Cracking Your Beat Sheet workshop, you'll start with an idea for a novel or film and leave with the 15 key beats that will become the backbone of your story.
BPS 094: Deconstructing the Emotional Pulse of Your Screenplay w/ James V. Hart
Today we have legendary screenwriter James V. Hart. James is the screenwriter behind some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters like HOOK, directed by Steven Spielberg, based on an idea by Hart’s then 6-year-old son & BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA.
IFH 417: How to Make Indie Films That Make REAL Money w/ J. Horton
J Horton figured out a formula that would allow him to make a living doing what he loves to do. He produces low budget feature films and uploads them to Amazon Prime. He collects TVOD and SVOD revenue. His key is volume. In 2020 he produced 14 films.
BPS 93: The Art of Creating Memorable Characters w/ John Winston Rainey
We have screenwriter & script doctor, John Winston Rainey. John is the co-author, along w/ legendary consultant Linda Seger, of the book You Talkin’ to Me?: How to Write Great Dialogue. John has written 25 screenplays of which 3 have been produced.
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