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Bulletproof Screenwriting™ Podcast

Bulletproof Screenwriting

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The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast shows you how to make your screenplays bulletproof. Weekly interviews with Oscar® and Emmy® award winning screenwriters, story specialists, best-selling authors, Hollywood agents and managers, and industry insiders. We cover every aspect of the screenwriting process. This is the screenwriting podcast for the rest of us. No fluff. No BS. Just straight talk that will help you on your screenwriting journey. Some of the past guests include 3X Oscar® Winning ...
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Welcome to The Screenwriting Life, a podcast where Oscar-nominated writer Meg LeFauve and Emmy-nominated writer Lorien McKenna discuss not only the craft and business of Screenwriting, but also the emotional life: the ups and downs of being a creative, to remind you that you are not alone and to keep writing.
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Designed to help you navigate the screenwriting industry, Final Draft, interviews working screenwriters, agents, managers, and producers to show you how successful executives and writers make a living writing and working with screenplays, and how you can use their knowledge to break into the industry. Subscribe today to catch every episode!
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Welcome to The Successful Screenwriter Podcast your go-to source for in-depth discussions, expert insights, and captivating interviews in the world of screenwriting. Hosted by seasoned screenwriter Geoffrey D. Calhoun, this podcast is a valuable resource for both novice and experienced screenwriters, offering a wealth of insights and guidance. About the Podcast: Dive deep into the art and craft of screenwriting with our engaging episodes that cover a spectrum of topics – from mastering the s ...
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Just Shoot It is a podcast about directing hosted by directors. Each week we interview filmmakers on writing, cinematography, development and acting to learn how to build a successful career as a filmmaker in the Hollywood industry. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Matt Bird (author of "The Secrets of Story: Innovative Tools for Perfecting Your Fiction and Captivating Readers") and James Kennedy (author of the novel "The Order of Odd-Fish") have raucous debates about the craft of novel writing, screenwriting, storytelling (and anything else they want to fight about!) Through their discussion you will learn how to be a better storyteller.
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Hosted by screenwriter and producer Hudson Phillips, the ScriptBlast Screenwriting Podcast exists to help you write better screenplays and write a better life. Jumpstart your productivity in our private screenwriting community! Join today at https://members.scriptblast.com. Learn more at http://www.scriptblast.com.
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The Script Department | Screenwriting Discussion

The Script Department Ltd.

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Daily discussions about the latest movies and television, including analysis and pro-tips from our global network of screenwriters. Visit thescriptdepartment.net for more shows in our podcast network and to keep up-to-date on our latest projects. Welcome to The Script Department. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-script-department-screenwriting-discussion--3123141/support.
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Join Liam Dekel as he interviews screenwriters around the world. The Student Screenwriting Podcast teaches young screenwriters how to perfect their craft and how to break into the industry. We are proudly part of the Harvard College Podcast Network!
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PopCraft: Screenwriting

Carl Albert

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Let's autopsy the screenplays of your favorite films and TV shows. We'll talk the craft you can learn from their concrete examples, as well as the underlying theories and philosophies behind their storytelling structures. Hosted by Carl Albert. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Interviews with members of the Screenwriters Network Discord server. Guests include professional screenwriters with produced film and television credits. Emerging writers who have optioned screenplays and made The Black List, Blood List, and Hit List. Get insight on how to finish at the top of contests from Austin Film Festival winners and Nicholl Fellowship Finalists. Each episode we discuss the writing process, screenwriting contests, fellowships, dealing with rejection, optioning scripts, ...
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The Indie Film Academy® Podcast features interviews with industry insiders in every aspect of the filmmaking process. Our goal is to give filmmakers as much information as possible about the entire filmmaking process so that they don't make the mistakes that many filmmakers have made in the past. Our focus is not simply on one way to make a film, but of the many different ways that filmmakers have found success with a variety of funding and distribution strategies. We also discuss technical ...
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Indie Film Hustle is dedicated to showing you how to hack filmmaking & the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar nominees and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside with no BS, just the truth on what it takes to survive and thrive doing what you love. We discuss cinematography, RED Camera, Arri Alexa, Blackmagic camera, post production, color grading, filmmaking, visual effects, motion graphics, film festivals, editing, film crews, directing, producin ...
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Today on the show we have entrepreneur and filmmaker Michael D. Ratner.Michael founded OBB Pictures in 2016 and under his leadership the company has grown into OBB Media, an award winning production company and studio with divisions in film, TV, digital, podcasts, branded content, and social good.In addition to running OBB and expanding the busines…
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Elizabeth Hargrave's debut board game Wingspan has become a one this century's most definitional games, but her inspiration to create was pretty simple. She says, "I felt like there were too many games about castles and space, and not enough games about things I’m interested in. So I decided to make a game about something I cared about." This is ju…
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This week, we're joined by the Nelms Brothers, Ian and Esh, a pair of writer/directors/brothers who take us on a voyage through their careers, starting in DIY filmmaking, and culminating in a feature career filled with bonafide movie stars. Check out part one of this roller coaster of a story! Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the sh…
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“I think what's unique about this biopic and about Bob [Marley’s] story is that it really wasn't about his ego, it wasn't about him trying to be the biggest star in the world. It was about him connecting with God. I mean, he would smoke weed to kind of lower his ego and raise his consciousness so that he could read scripture, right? He would take t…
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THIS WEEK Rob & Kay invite Brad Johnson on to discuss the sophomore year of THE GREY LIST, as well as ageism in the industry and how we as screenwriters can combat or adapt to it! This Week’s Resource: The Grey List (of course). Checkout the list, download scripts you think sound good, retweet your favs! And while it isn't free, the Smodscastle 37 …
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Summary: In this conversation, Mary Scheyder interviews Geoffrey D. Calhoun, host of the Successful Screenwriter podcast, about various aspects of screenwriting. They discuss starting out in screenwriting, overrated advice for new writers, writing Geoffrey's book 'The Guide for Every Screenwriter', adapting real-life stories, rituals and routines f…
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“I always go back to theme. Why are you writing this story? What is that final couple of minutes of the movie and what do you want the audience to feel? I kind of always build backward from that in some ways. In a movie, how do I make the 118 minutes preceding those two minutes build to those last two minutes? To me that’s a really good film. And a…
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STORY ENGINE. Two words we so often dread, but let's be honest: the engine of your story is what POWERS your movie. It's make, or break. And today, we break down eight elements to test whether or not you are on your way to a feature film story engine that will take you from fade in, to fade out! JOIN OUR PATREON: www.patreon.com/thescreenwritinglif…
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Adam Schomer is a conscious filmmaker, president of i2i Productions and is known for going to extreme lengths to follow stories that empower us. Feature documentaries include THE HIGHEST PASS (2012), THE POLYGON (2014), ONE LITTLE PILL (2015). WOMEN OF THE WHITE BUFFALO (2022) and the #1 iTunes Best-Seller and NETFLIX hit, HEAL (2017). His recent d…
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This week, Matt & Oren chat about why and how you should make a Director's Cut of your latest client job. They also talk about their favorite Super Bowl commercials. Matt's Endorsement: Tile Trackers Oren's Endorsement: Larry David on Conan Needs a Friend Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Get a Free copy of ShotLister Pro! …
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THIS WEEK, amid reports that the industry is more of a dumpster fire than usual, Rob & Kay thought it was a good time to have a Screenwriting SOTU! This Week’s Resource: The International Screenwriters’ Association’s Diversity Initiative strives to elevate writers from underrepresented and marginalized communities. And, as such they are launching a…
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"You want to write stuff you want to see, that's the key. Just write something new something fresh, something interesting," says director and co-writer William Eubank of Land of Bad, the new intense, action-packed movie about a Delta Force team that gets ambushed in enemy territory. Final Draft sat down with Eubank to talk about his writing process…
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As filmmakers we all have challenges to make our films. Today's guest had to deal with obstacles that most of us would never have to. We have on the show filmmaker Tzvi Friedman and he has on heck of a story to tell.Tzvi is a writer and director based in NYC. He was born and raised in an ultra-religious community where almost all cinema was contrab…
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Despite this being his first produced feature, David Hemingson's script for THE HOLDOVERS is one of the most celebrated of the year, nominated for over 40 industry prizes (including the Oscar), having won many of them. He's a self-proclaimed "journeyman" writer having bounced between children's animated, network comedy, and hourlong procedurals for…
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This week, Matt & Oren chat about making connections, presenting yourselves to employers, and getting people to email you back! Matt's Endorsement: The Academy Museum Screenings Oren's Endorsement: Trader Joe's Dark Choc Mini Hearts, Fargo S5, Life References, 3 Cool Spots Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Send feedback or …
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Summary Stand-up comedian and author Mike Lukas discusses his journey in comedy, from breaking into the industry to developing a unique comedy lens. He emphasizes the importance of finding personal truths and topics that make you laugh, as well as understanding how to punch up in comedy. Lukas also shares insights on going blue in comedy and the ne…
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An ISA Top 25 Writers To Watch in 2019, Diane has taken her work behind the camera, screening her directing work at the DGA and garnering awards and laurels. Creating and collaborating through film are her driving force.Από τον Shayna Weber
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Rob & Kay are starting off Black History month with a very special guest, Jordan T Simon who just finished his proof of concept for his pilot “The Boy Who Promised the Moon” This Week’s Resource: Monkey Paw Productions, along with Universal Pictures and TIFF have announced their No Drama competition. Up to six filmmakers will be selected to each re…
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“I grew up as a huge fan of Westerns but the reality of the landscape at the time was that it was incredibly diverse. And we've rarely seen that diversity on screen. I feel incredibly fortunate and humbled by the opportunity to show what life was really like in Indian territory in 1875. That it was a melting pot of cultures and races. It speaks to …
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This week we decided to not release out originally planned episode for reasons you will hear about in the podcast. But we did pull one of our favorites out of the archive -- Episode 238 with TV Director Amanda Row. She shows how her persistence and work ethic led her to directing some of the biggest shows on TV like Star Trek, The Spiderwick Chroni…
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Matt Stawski is a Grammy-nominated filmmaker and director of Nickelodeon’s Blue’s Big City Adventure, an original feature-length Blue’s Clues & You! movie, premiering Nov. 18 exclusively on Paramount+. Marking Stawski’s first feature film, Blue’s Big City Adventure is a sing-and-dance-along musical spectacular for the whole family, featuring all-ne…
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Hearing Celine Song discuss her authority as an artist is powerful stuff. Despite no feature film directorial experience, she knew she had the secret key to lead the production of Past Lives, which is now a 2024 Oscar nom: a fierce commitment to her script, the story, and characters. For Celine, all of the power and authority that we bring to our w…
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*Recorded live at Slamdance for the 'Chaperone' premiere which won the Breakouts Feature Grand Jury Prize. Host: Geoffrey D. Calhoun Guest: Zoe Eisenberg, Writer/Director of 'Chaperone'Episode OverviewIn this episode, Geoffrey D. Calhoun interviews Zoe Eisenberg about her film 'Chaperone,' which premiered at Slamdance. They discuss the film's uniqu…
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Rob & Kay invite one of Kay’s screenwriting mentors and overall lovely human being, Andrew Guerdat, to discuss his career and new YouTube series, THE GO DRAFT. This Week’s Resource: ANDY’S YOUTUBE SERIES: THE GO DRAFT! Andy’s series is ongoing, but there are 6 episodes up already. Go watch! Also we're happy to partner with Fade In while the Dasher …
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“Personally, I think writing is bleeding. It's blood magic. It's very hard to do,” says writer/director Jade Halley Bartlett of the new Southern gothic romance, Miller’s Girl. Bartlett started her career as an actress, but it was an unexpected journey that led her to Los Angeles and magically landed her in the world of studio screenwriting. After s…
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We talk about lava, character wounds, and emotional storytelling ALL THE TIME on the show, but it's important to remember: there's more to good storytelling than an emotionally juicy character. Today, Oscar-winner (and friend-of-the-show) Michael Arndt discusses this, along with trends he is noticing in the evolving world of 21st century cinema. GR…
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Terrence Martin is known for his films Holes (2003), Get Away If You Can (2022) and The Donner Party (2009). His new film "Get Away If You Can" starring Dominique Braun, Terrence Martin and Ed Harris is about a troubled married couple hope that sailing across the open ocean might bring back the spark that's been lost between them. But, their relati…
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This week, Matt & Oren chat with Matt J. Lloyd, DP for Ava DuVernay's Origin & Spider-Man Far From Home! Matt's Endorsement: John Lyke & Shortcomings (2023) Oren's Endorsement: WheresSpot & Ethan Hawke on Directors Other Matt's Endorsement: Ava DuVernay & Aunjanue Ellis Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Send feedback or que…
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Host: Geoffrey D. Calhoun (instagram: @screenwriterpod) Guest: Paul Chitlik, Author of "Rewrite"Introduction: Join our community at thesuccessfulscreenwriter.com for access to seminars, workshops, Oscar-nominated screenplays, and writing assignments. Free resources to launch your screenwriting career. Episode Highlights: Breaking into Screenwriting…
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Rob & Kay get all nerdy n' gritty talmbout dem action lines. Y'all not gon' wanna miss this one as they finna leave no screenwriting stone unturned. Get it! This Week’s Resource: We’ve said this before, but we are not the only voices on the subject of screenwriting, so we thought maybe you could use this podcast as a jumping off point to investigat…
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Writer-director Brittany Kelly's utterly fascinating life and outlook has certainly influenced her voice as a storyteller. Though she's experienced a recent personal strategy, she's returning to writing and we are so excited for her future.Από τον Shayna Weber
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Chad Archibald and Cody Calahan are Canadian film directors and producers known for their work in the horror genre. They have collaborated on several projects together, often through their production company, Black Fawn Films.Chad Archibald and Cody Calahan co-founded Black Fawn Films in 2007 with a focus on creating independent horror films. They …
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Cord Jefferson knows what if feels like to watch a project die. Recently, he had a greenlit show that was so close to shooting that the production office for the show had an physical address. And then, it died. In a creative funk, Cord discovered Percival Everett's novel Erasure which immediately reignited a passion in Cord, and eventually became h…
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As the 40th Sundance Festival kicks off today, I want to share this podcast from the archives on my personal Sundance journey. From dreaming about getting in the screenwriter's lab to having my first film win two awards in the main competition, I share what Sundance has meant to me. So FREAKING grateful to Sundance and all the support they give to …
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Honorary co-host, Carlyn Hudson, returns to the pod to chat about Sundance FOMO, selling Editor Noah's feature, and shotlists! Matt's Endorsement: Babe (1995) & recognizing when you don't know something! Oren's Endorsement: True Detective S4 & Mister Clean Magic Eraser Carlyn's Endorsement: How a Script Doctor Found His Own Voice Contribute to the …
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“I think that approaching the grand things through the smallest entryways possible is the best way to go about taking on these massive issues… So yes, this movie is about race and racism and art and who's allowed to make certain kinds of art - these are really big, unwieldy issues. But the reason that I think people can relate to them –and it doesn…
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Host: Geoffrey D. Calhoun (Instagram: @screenwriterpod) Guest: Eric Rudnick, Writer and DirectorHighlights of the Episode: Introduction of the Guest: Eric Rudnick, the creator behind the short film "Hold You So Tight." His journey from a reality TV producer to an inspiring filmmaker. Journey of 'Hold You So Tight': The inception of the film's idea …
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Sophie Beal and Gary Dalkin return to discuss novelists' relationship with editors, whether freelance or at a publisher. All four of us have been on one side of that divide or another, and most of us more than one, and we have a grand old time discussing it.Από τον Matt Bird and James Kennedy
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Rob & Kay sit down with Denise Cruz-Castino, whose script for "5 Weddings" was made into a movie that made it's way to the Cannes Film Festival! This Week’s Resource: 5 Weddings is streaming for free seemingly everywhere: Pluto, Tubi, Freevee, Peacock, and the Roku Channel, so go put it in your eyeholes and get a taste of our friend Denise. Notes F…
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ORIGINALLY BROADCAST ON JUL 26, 2023 Despite being a multiple Academy Award winner, celebrated producer, and feature/TV director, Jodie Foster is still aiming for a singular goal: to tell truthful stories. On today's show, we discuss how Jodie processes her work, how she collaborates with others, and what Robert De Niro taught her on the set of Tax…
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I'm back! In this unexpected episode, I share how a period of silence and introspection has led me to a surprising realization about my true purpose. It was definitely not what I expected...but I'm feeling called to reembrace my passion for screenwriting and filmmaking. If you've been feeling the call to an unexpected plot twist in your own life, t…
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“The lesson we keep learning is that the thing that breaks you [into Hollywood] is your weirdest idea. The thing that only you can write… All of our friends who have done that – it's been a fulcrum in their career,” says Phil Lord, co-writer of Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse. On today’s episode, I chat with Phil Lord, Christopher Miller and Dav…
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Do you ever feel stuck in your work? Like there's an invisible wall blocking you from generating your best material? You're not alone, and today, we're thrilled to be joined by 5-time NYT bestselling author Adam Grant to talk about just this. Adam's new book HIDDEN POTENTIAL illuminates how we can elevate ourselves and others to unexpected heights,…
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Klaus Badelt is a renowned German composer and music producer, celebrated for his extraordinary contributions to film scores and soundtracks. Born on June 12, 1967, in Frankfurt, Germany, Badelt's exceptional talent for music was evident from a young age.With an extensive background in classical training and a deep appreciation for various musical …
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It's not quite New Years Eve anymore, but in this 2023 round table Matt, Oren, Roxy, Carlyn, and Maureen get retrospective and discuss goals for 2024! Editor Noah and Producer Tyler hop on the pod too! Matt's Endorsement: Ted Hope's Substack Oren's Endorsement: Ridley Scott's 8 Cameras & Dream Scenario Carlyn's Endorsement: Guided Psychedelics Roxy…
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