Ashley Scott Meyers speaks with writer/director/actor Christopher Bradley about his new indie drama, The Trigger, which he shot in Arizona. They discuss Bradley's filmmaking process as well as his career and what brought him to this point.
Comedy guru Evan Smith explains how bad decisions can become a writer’s best friend.
In Understanding Screenwriting, Tom Stempel explores Booksmart, Non-Fiction, The Cool Kids, Whiskey Cavalier, Blood & Treasure, and shares a look back at the life of Alvin Sargent.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Writer/Director Jérôme Cohen-Olivar about his early days growing up in Morocco and how that lead him to a career writing and directing, including his latest horror feature film, The 16th Episode.
Writers often reach out to script consultants wanting a freebie read and analysis of their work. Ray Morton explains why that's a tough ask, and what reading your script really entails.
Showrunner of Upstairs Amy Duana Taha discussing the showrunning process for a digital series, what it’s like working with brands, and how you navigate that as a creator.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with producer Steve Longi about his process for finding, developing, and producing films. Specifically, they discuss Hacksaw Ridge (Mel Gibson) and how that project came together after many years.
Oscar®-nominee Simon Beaufoy headed for the slums of Mumbai to find out what he didn’t know. Beaufoy reflects on what he learned while writing Slumdog Millionaire.
Heather Taylor interviews showrunner Ben Watkins, writer on USA Network’s Burn Notice, and creator of Hand of God for Amazon Originals, about breaking into television, advice on thriving in a writers' room, and more!