Joshua Stecker of Script caught up with Bradley Jackson, who wrote and co-produced the film, at the Tribeca Film Festival where Intramural made its world premiere.
Script interviews the writers of 'Fort Tilden,' the hipster buddy comedy that won the SXSW Film Festival grand jury prize for narrative feature.
Obsessive love and the search for perfection are examined in the Australian filmmaker's feature debut. Script Magazine sits down with Hugh Sullivan, the writer of 'The Infinite Man.'
The co-writer/director explains how his love for '80s teen comedies and an homage to the Harold Ramis classic inspired this coming-of-age comedy.
The 'Community' creator, Dan Harmon, gets personal in a revealing new documentary directed by Neil Berkeley.
One of Variety's "Screenwriters to Watch" in 2013, Dodge discusses his on-the-job education working at a studio, Jason Bateman's directorial prowess and hustling to get recognized.
Cinephiles have long argued who the actual writer of the most famous speech in JAWS was and who was responsible for what. Finally, Spielberg sets the record straight...
In this edition of the Script magazine podcast, I talk with Ian Reichbach, who has the unique job of being the researcher/assistant to legendary scribe and recent Oscar winner, Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network).
One of the standouts at SXSW this year was the Iraq war drama, Happy New Year, written and directed by K. Lorrel Manning. Happy New Year follows the story of Sgt. Cole Lewis (Michael Cuomo) who returns from a tour of duty in Iraq/Afghanistan mentally and physically scarred.
Our next round of podcasts from SXSW 2011 is a double feature with writer/director Aaron Rottinghaus and actor Josh Danziger of Apart.