• Writing Visually is a great tool to use when working on a script.  In this episode the Writer/Director/Producer of Parallel Chords Catherine Dudley-Rose discusses editing a feature film to a short, writing what you see, how music relates to film, writing blocking into the script, surrealism, rhythm and pacing in a script, acting out your…
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  • #51 Writing Visually – Catherine Dudley-Rose

    Writing Visually is a great tool to use when working on a script.  In this episode the Writer/Director/Producer of Parallel Chords Catherine Dudley-Rose discusses editing a feature film to a short, writing what you see, how music relates to film, writing blocking into the script, surrealism, rhythm and pacing in a script, acting out your…
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  • What if you were to start your writing with the designing principles in mind?  In this episode Writer/Director/Producer Jared Marshall and Actor/Producer Valerie Hinkle from Of Fortune and Gold discuss writing with theme, your own personal narrative, budget, character evolution and resolution, writing in isolation. For past shows and to learn more about the Seated…
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  • #50 Designing Principles In Film – Jared Marshall & Valerie Hinkle

    What if you were to start your writing with the designing principles in mind?  In this episode Writer/Director/Producer Jared Marshall and Actor/Producer Valerie Hinkle from Of Fortune and Gold discuss writing with theme, your own personal narrative, budget, character evolution and resolution, writing in isolation. Learn More About OF Fortune And Gold! For past shows…
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  • Body Dysmorphia Disorder is a complicated subject to write about and film especially when the film is a short.  In this show, Writer/Actor Shawn Kathryn Kane discusses Body Dysmorphia and the cult-like Pro-Am community, character motivations, finding a character's voice in people you know, editing dialogue, multiple plot-lines and character arcs. For past shows and to…
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  • #49 Tackling A Complicated Subject In A Short Film – Shawn Kathryn Kane

    Body Dysmorphia Disorder is a complicated subject to write about and film especially when the film is a short.  In this show, Writer/Actor Shawn Kathryn Kane discusses Body Dysmorphia and the cult-like Pro-Am community, character motivations, finding a character's voice in people you know, editing dialogue, multiple plot-lines and character arcs. Learn more about Shawn Kathryn…
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  • Production re-writing on set for television is probably the most stressful writing job in Hollywood.  When Joe Escalante is not on stage playing the bass for the punk band the Vandals, he's on set of Discovery ID's new show True Nightmares as a Production Re-writer.  In this episode Joe talks about writing within a budget,…
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  • #48 Re-Writing On Set for Discovery ID’s True Nightmares – Joe Escalante

    Production re-writing on set for television is probably the most stressful writing job in Hollywood.  When Joe Escalante is not on stage playing the bass for the punk band the Vandals, he's on set of Discovery ID's new show True Nightmares as a Production Re-writer.  In this episode Joe talks about writing within a budget,…
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  • How do you begin and structure a compelling Sci-Fi book series?  Well my guest, accomplished Science Fiction novelist and the President of GLAWS Tony Todaro says you must find the most important life-changing moment of your character and start from there.  In this episode, we talk about the pitfalls to avoid in a novel series,…
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  • #47 President of the Greater Los Angeles Writer Society – Tony Todaro

    How do you begin and structure a compelling Sci-Fi book series?  Well my guest, accomplished Science Fiction novelist and the President of GLAWS Tony Todaro says you must find the most important life-changing moment of your character and start from there.  In this episode, we talk about the pitfalls to avoid in a novel series,…
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