How can writers make use of their time when hitting LA?
In another backmatter-only episode, Stu & Chas zig-zag through a range of topics. We talk about Chas’ experience(s) hitting both Los Angeles and the Austin Film Festival, effective networking, career capital, the art of receiving feedback, and Stu’s harsh Three Strikes Rule. We look back at the most important lessons we’ve learned about storytelling in 2016 and that leads us to talk about character choices in a little-known and little-talked about film called ROGUE ONE.
And, of course, we open the listener mail box for critiques, praise, suggestions and follow-up to earlier episodes — especially our Exposition two-parter.
Thanks to everyone for their support in 2016! We look forward to erratically bringing you new episodes this year.
- Urban Dictionary: Career Capital
- Forbes: 7 Steps To Developing Career Capital — And Achieving Success
- Music Bed: Creative Critique – The Art of Receiving Feedback
- Twitter: @theemilyblake on Failure and Hope
- Emily Blake: Choosing to Fail – Journey From Writer to Scripty
- /r/screenwriting: Fishmanmanfish on Given Circumstances vs Exposition
- ROGUE ONE links because, well, Stu
- KCRW The Business: Hollywood News Banter
- Yahoo UK: Rogue One’s editors reveal the scenes added in the Star Wars standalone reshoots (exclusive)
- Mamo 459: Rogue Two Podcast
- Super Ticket 8: Rowgue Three
- Vashi Visuals: ROGUE ONE – 46 SHOTS NOT IN THE FINAL FILM
- Destroy All Monsters: The Meme-ification of ROGUE ONE
- Oscars.org: SHORT TERM 12 by Destin Cretton (Nicholls Draft)
- DZ-37: Excelling at Exposition (Part 1)
- DZ-38: Excelling at Exposition (Part 2)
- DZ-34: Game of Choices – Decision Making and Character Implications
- DZ-20: Writing Strong Secondary Characters – Trinity, Bechdel and a Bamboo Killer
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