Captain Marvel made a huge splash not only at the box office, but in the hearts and minds of audiences - and continues to do so. In this episode of Wine Wednesday, sponsored by Stowe Story Labs and Steele Wines, Felicity and Max talk about the effect of film criticism, and the need for much more balance where voice, opinion, and perspective is concerned (using Brie Larson's take and perspective as a strong, positive example).
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In this episode of the podcast I talk with Writer/Director Allan Plenderleith about how he broke into interactive media, and how he got his interactive film, The Bunker, produced.
This week on the podcast I talk with screenwriter Brian Ackley about his journey as a writer, initially writing and producing low budget short films and features and how that lead to larger projects, including his latest sci-fi feature with Dean Cain, 2050.
I'm back! It's been far too long since I released a solo podcast, but I'm excited to bring The Craft back. I ope you enjoy these episodes as much as I enjoy recording them. My plan is to release short, quick, and easy to listen to recordings on topics that I feel all writers should know, but also based on questions I get all the time.
This episode is a rundown of not only the difference between agents and manager, but whether or not you need one. It's a loaded question, but a good one to ask...so, with that, enjoy my latest episode of The Craft. If you have questions or wish to work with me one-on-one, you can email email@example.com and we can figure out what the best option is for you. Meanwhile, you can visit www.TheStoryFarm.org for more information.
This week on the SYS Podcast, I talk with Screenwriter and Director James Dylan about his new his new thriller, Cargo. We talk through the writing of the screenplay as well as how he was able to get it into production.
This week on the SYS Podcast Ben Edlund talks about how he was able to get his comic book, The Tick, produced, and how that lead to several variations of it as an animated series and a live action show, which is currently airing on Amazon Prime.
Hello all. For our fourth episode Jay Ledbetter and myself discuss, or perhaps, more lament, the state of the superhero genre. As usual we start off by discussing the best and the worst of what we’ve seen recently and then we get into a back-and-forth about what we like in our superhero films and what we find lacking.
We talk about Logan, the last Hugh Jackman performance as Wolverine and what it means for the X-Men franchise and where they can go from next. There is a spoiler section so be on the lookout for that. The highlight of the show, though, is when we fawn over the FX TV show, Legion, which is about a mutant with incredible psychic powers. The show resembles nothing like an atypical superhero narrative, and we act like giddy school girls who just got asked to the prom by the football captain about it.
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This week John Fusco (Young Guns, Hidalgo) talks about how he got his spec script, The Highwaymen (Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson), eventually sold to and produced by Netflix.
In this episode of the podcast I talk with writer / director Mike Kravinsky about his latest feature film, Nothing do Do. Writing/directing is a second career for Mike after working in journalism for three decades, so we talk about how that lead him to his current position writing and directing indie films.
There is a lot to know about the film festival world, and who better to discuss the ins and outs than the festival director of HollyShorts, Daniel Sol? In this interview with the ISA's Max Timm, a deep look is given into how festivals work select their films, what it means to be Academy eligible, and how you should approach short films and festivals.
Enjoy, and stay tuned for more Curious About Screenwriting podcasts with Max and ISA-affiliated podcasts.