19 June, 2010

Linkage - 19/06/2010

The Writer in Modern TV - transcript of event
Michelle Lipton
Link

#####################################

Guild / BBC TV Drama Event - podcasts

The Writers' Guild of Great Britain
Link

#####################################

Part 2 - Notes from a Hollywood "Reader" by Marie Rose
The Script-a-Thon
Link

#####################################

What Does It Take To Become A Successful Screenwriter?
Mina Zaher
Link

#####################################

Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist
Tyler Weaver
Link

#####################################

David Frost's Q&A on how to be a satirist
The Guardian
Link

#####################################

Surviving as a Film Producer
All About Indie Filmmaking
Link

#####################################

Serious Screenwriting
David Melkevik
Links: Day 1 | Day 2

#####################################

Film Director's Check List of Technical Terms
Raindance
Link

#####################################

How to piss off a woman reader
Emily Blake
Link

#####################################

Why Strong Female Characters Are Bad for Women
Overthinking It
Link

#####################################

"With Sequels and Reboots Failing, Hollywood (Finally) Puts Out a Desperate Call for Original Material"
Scott Myers
Link

#####################################

The Hidden Tools of Comedy (1) by Steve Kaplan
The Story Department
Link

#####################################

Notes from Steve Kaplan's Comedy Workshop
Trevor Mayes

Links: Part 1 | Part 2

#####################################

6 Productivity Principles to Live By
Litemind
Link

#####################################

6 New Productivity Principles to Live By
Litemind
Link

#####################################

Ed Catmull,the Pixar/Disney Animimation President, talk at The Economist
Scott Burkum
"On protecting a vision:

"I do believe you want a vision, so you start off with a person who has a vision for a story. And we do things to try and protect that vision and its not easy to protect it, because they feel these pressures. They also have misconceptions about the creative process sometimes. We do have these people who we give a chance to on the belief they’re right, and can rise to the occasion, and we are wrong sometimes, because we can’t see what goes on in their heads. And our measure, because we can’t see inside people’s heads, is the team. If the team is functioning well, and healthy, it will solve the problem."
Link

#####################################

Celtx won over Final Draft
Désirée
Link

#####################################

Screenwriting industry panel
Philip Shelley
Link

#####################################

Writing for Continuing Drama - BBC Writers Room/Screen Yorkshire
link

No comments: