Star Trek has continued to evolve and stay relevant in pop culture as one of the most storied titles in television history. "Mission Log" podcast co-host John Champion joins to talk Trek, skepticism & an upcoming event that's free & open to the public.
Shayna & Max discuss the ongoing Cannes Film Festival & some great articles for screenwriters written by leaders within the industry, Michael Huge & Pen Densham.
We take a moment to re-celebrate the guests we've had last year, from Jonathan Katz to David Farrier. We also take a look ahead to personal and show paranormal goals in 2022.
We speak with documentarian & journalist David Farrier, the host of Netflix's "Dark Tourist" and current co-host of "Armchaired & Dangerous."
We speak with Jen Grisanti, top screenwriting consultant, about her new offering, Story Therapy.
This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Matt Patterson, a Writer/Director/Producer. Topics include how he found the script of Apartment 413 through the Inktip website, then produced and directed that movie.
That indie Thriller stars Brea Grant (Dexter, Heroes - TV Series), a former guest of the Selling Your Screenplay Podcast.
This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Writer/Content Creator Logan Burdick.
They talk about the new Rom-Com he wrote, It Takes Three (2021). That movie stars Mikey Madison and Jared Gilman.
Logan Burdick also talks about how he became a digital content creator for Maker Studios which was bought by Disney.
This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Writer and Producer Joel Soisson.
Our guest Joel Soisson has produced well known movies such as Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, Dracula 2000, Feast (2005) and Piranha 3DD (2012).
Topics include the new movie he wrote, My Best Worst Adventure (2021) and if a writer should always get paid for writing.
This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Filmmaker Janek Ambros. They talk about the long journey it took for him to write and direct Mondo Hollywoodland (2019).
Janek is also the Writer/Director of Money, Fascism and Some Sort of Acid. He talks about how he used stock footage from famous historical figures such as Edward R. Murrow and Joseph Stalin for that project.
In this, very special 400th episode of The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast Ashley Scott Meyers and Richard Finney analyze storytelling techniques.
Some of the popular movies and television shows they study as examples include Back To The Future, The Shawshank Redemption, Pulp Fiction, Dexter and Breaking Bad.
A main connection they talk about with these great works is the spin in the story.