It’s Always Sunny/ Star Wars

On episode 299 of Scriptnotes it was a special live show where they had special guests Rob McElhenny, the creator of ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ and Rian Johnson, the writer and director for the upcoming ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’. The conversation from both of them was entertaining as well as inspirational for up… Continue reading It’s Always Sunny/ Star Wars

Moving Characters

On episode 298 of Scriptnotes Craig Mazen brings up the topic of character movement when written in a screenplay. He and John August bring up many fascinating and interesting ideas and input on the subject. Craig opens the discussion with talking about the importance of character movement when it comes to blocking but also to… Continue reading Moving Characters

Television! With Damn Lindelof

On episode 296¬†of Scriptnotes John brings on special guest David Lindelof in place of Craig this week. Lindelof is a successful t.v. writer for various shows and film like Lost and Star Trek: Into Darkness, and now recently wrapping up the last season of HBO’s The Leftovers, which is the show runner of. Lindelof shares… Continue reading Television! With Damn Lindelof

The First Three Pages

On episode 295 of Scriptnotes Craig and special guest producer and screenwriter Malcolm Spellman discuss many topics, one of which is the rule that the first three pages of a script must grab the producer. It is commonly said when having your script pitched and passed to a producer that it must “grab” them on… Continue reading The First Three Pages