Podcasts – Film/TV


SCRIPTS & SCRIBES PODCAST #35 w/Marqui Jackson

We talk to television writer, Marqui Jackson about  the Disney TV Writer’s Fellowship, working in a writer’s room, pitching TV episode ideas and more.  recorded (10/10/12)

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SCRIPTS & SCRIBES PODCAST #16 w/Sean Hood

We talk to Sean Hood about the challenges of re-inventing an iconic franchise, doing production rewrites on location, Amazon studios, originality in television vs. films, consulting with writers whose work you are hired to rewrite, who the best Robin “Hood” is and more. Listen to the entire interview below.  (recorded 5/14/12)

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SCRIPTS & SCRIBES PODCAST #10 w/Alex Litvak

We talk to Alex Litvak about film school, how his career as a development executive has affected his screenwriting, the special challenges of resurrecting an iconic franchise, bringing a new take to classic material, writing with a partner, pitches and OWA’s and much more.  Listen to the entire interview below. (recorded 5/7/12)


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SCRIPTS & SCRIBES PODCAST #7 w/Adam Beechen

We talk to Adam Beechen about writing for television vs. writing comic books, the difference of writing animation and live action, creating a video podcast for a comic title like a DVD commentary of sorts, a comic book writer’s interaction with colorists, writing sound effects in comic scripts, his graphic novel Hench and the development process with Warner Bros. and being the world’s #1 Phoenix Suns Superfan.  Listen to the entire interview below. (recorded 4/24/12)

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SCRIPTS & SCRIBES PODCAST #5 w/Amber Benson

We talk to Amber Benson about writing a novel series, her typical writing schedule, coming up with titles, writing for a character she played on television for three years, doing historical and mythological research, writing for kids, knowing your audience, and what it means to be a nerd. Listen to the entire interview below.  (recorded 4/23/12)

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