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July 7 '08 - Stuart Beattie (Pirates of the Caribbean, Derailed, Collateral) tells us why we should never "kill the dog."

June 23 '08 - For all you comedy writers out there, John Hamburg talks about writing Meet the Parents and Along Came Polly.

June 18 '08 - Writer Gary Janetti (Will & Grace, Family Guy) talks about turn-offs in spec tv scripts.

June 10 '08 - writer Tim Minear (Drive, Firefly, Angel) talks about spec scripts.

June 3 '08 - At Screenwriting Expo, Tim Minear (Drive, Firefly, Angel) talks about what he looks for in a writer. Not the best AV quality, but the content makes up for it. It's especially nice to hear that the competition isn't as fierce as it seems.

May 26 '08 - screenwriter David S. Goyer (Jumper, Batman Begins, Blade) talks about outlining.

Also be sure to check out the boatload of new articles I just added to the Articles page.

May 21 '08 - writer Ted Griffin (Ocean's Eleven, Matchstick Men, Rumor Has It) speaks candidly (and humorously) about his writing experiences.

May 16 '08 - Part 3 of Dinner for Five episode with J.J. Abrams (Lost, Alias, Regarding Henry), legendary comic book writer Stan Lee (Spiderman, X-Men, Fantastic Four), actor Jason Lee (My Name is Earl) and Mark Hammill (Star Wars), hosted by Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy, Jersey Girl).

May 13 '08 - Part 2 of Dinner for Five episode with J.J. Abrams (Lost, Alias, Regarding Henry), legendary comic book writer Stan Lee (Spiderman, X-Men, Fantastic Four), actor Jason Lee (My Name is Earl) and Mark Hammill (Star Wars), hosted by Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy, Jersey Girl).

May 9 '08 - Part 1 of Dinner for Five episode with J.J. Abrams (Lost, Alias, Regarding Henry), legendary comic book writer Stan Lee (Spiderman, X-Men, Fantastic Four), actor Jason Lee (My Name is Earl) and Mark Hammill (Star Wars), hosted by Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy, Jersey Girl).

April 30 '08 - the brilliant Aaron Sorkin (Charlie Wilson's War, The West Wing, A Few Good Men) and the cast of The West Wing sit down with Charlie Rose.

April 27 '08 - There's no better way to learn about screenwriting than hearing the best talk about their experiences. To that end, I've decided to start a screenwriting video blog. To kick things off here's an interview with Paul Haggis (Crash, Million Dollar Baby).

 

May 10, '08 - check out my new Amazon.com Store with tons of scripts, screenwriting books, softare and DVDs that I personally recommend to help you conquer both the craft and business of writing for film and television.

 

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