In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, writing coach Jenna Avery answers answer questions from writers about having more than one script when querying, using a unified story structure method and next steps with writing classes. Plus, exclusive interviews with DC League of Super-Pets writer and director Jared Stern, “Gundog” sci-fi serial creator Gary Whitta, and more!
New Course from Script University—Write Your Idea
Script University is excited to introduce our brand new course, Write Your Idea! This is a six-week intensive workshop in which you will have the opportunity to use a tried-and-true formula to help you get your initial ideas out of your head and onto the page.
Storyteller in Chief: Interview with DC League of Super-Pets Writer, Director, and Producer Jared Stern
Jared Stern speaks with Script about his filmmaking journey, his humble beginnings in animation, how the idea of Super-Pets came to be, his writing routine and so much more!
From Ireland to Palestine Gene Gauntier Invented Location Filming
Script contributor Dr. Rosanne Welch celebrates the female screenwriters who came before us with this month's spotlight on filmmaking trailblazer Gene Gauntier.
Wanting Stories to Find an Audience: An Interview with “Gundog” Sci-Fi Serial Creator Gary Whitta
Gary Whitta speaks with Script about creating and producing “Gundog,” creatively pivoting to different mediums to get his work produced, premiering “Gundog” to a live Twitch audience weekly for all nine-episodes, and so much more.
Ask the Coach: Odds & Ends—Building a Script Library, Seeking a Universal Script Structure Method, and Finding Courses
As writers, there’s a lot to sort through — advice out there in the world about how to go about marketing our work (including mine!), what story creation methods to follow, and what courses to take.
Anti-Lion King: Beast Film Review
The majesty of the lion is overshadowed by man’s self-importance, making for an anemic actioner.