Category Archives: SHOWBUSINESS

Read the 2019 Emmy Nominated Screenplays

The 2019 Emmy nominations bring us a variety of TV shows, now you can read their scripts at: https://nofilmschool.com/emmys-2019-scripts-download

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Read the 2019 Emmy Nominated Screenplays

The 2019 Emmy nominations bring us a variety of TV shows, now you can read their scripts at: https://nofilmschool.com/emmys-2019-scripts-download

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The difference between “Story by”, “Screenplay by” and “Written by”

By Jason Hellerman (No Film School)   How do you know which credit you should get? To answer this question, we consulted the WGA handbook on the matter. Let’s go through possible credits one by one and detail them.   Story By

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The difference between “Story by”, “Screenplay by” and “Written by”

By Jason Hellerman (No Film School)   How do you know which credit you should get? To answer this question, we consulted the WGA handbook on the matter. Let’s go through possible credits one by one and detail them.   Story By

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TU NO ERES UN SHOWRUNNER

Por Sindicato Alma   Nuestra herramienta son las palabras. En su manejo demostramos oficio, y en su cuidado respeto por él. Por eso es importante defenderlas cuando aquello que significan se ve amenazado por intereses ajenos a la profesión y

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TU NO ERES UN SHOWRUNNER

Por Sindicato Alma   Nuestra herramienta son las palabras. En su manejo demostramos oficio, y en su cuidado respeto por él. Por eso es importante defenderlas cuando aquello que significan se ve amenazado por intereses ajenos a la profesión y

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François Truffaut on authorship

By Richard Brody (The New Yorker) There’s no critical term more bedevilled than “auteur.” It’s used sometimes as an honorific, to praise directors with a strong artistic mark, and sometimes merely as a description, to suggest that directors bear the

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François Truffaut on authorship

By Richard Brody (The New Yorker) There’s no critical term more bedevilled than “auteur.” It’s used sometimes as an honorific, to praise directors with a strong artistic mark, and sometimes merely as a description, to suggest that directors bear the

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‘Russian Doll’ and ‘Dead to Me’ Bosses Break Down Exploring Death in Dark Comedy

By DANIELLE TURCHIANO (for VARIETY)   Liz Feldman and Leslye Headland both have dark comedies that stream on Netflix: Feldman’s “Dead to Me” focuses on the new friendship between grieving widow Jen (Christina Applegate), and Judy (Linda Cardellini), who has

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‘Russian Doll’ and ‘Dead to Me’ Bosses Break Down Exploring Death in Dark Comedy

By DANIELLE TURCHIANO (for VARIETY)   Liz Feldman and Leslye Headland both have dark comedies that stream on Netflix: Feldman’s “Dead to Me” focuses on the new friendship between grieving widow Jen (Christina Applegate), and Judy (Linda Cardellini), who has

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How to Create an Original Story Premise

Written By Scott A. McConnell, the story guy Our television viewing was forever changed by Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone, the first adult western Gunsmoke, and Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek.These shows in either their settings, storytelling, characters or concepts offered something new or fresh.

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How to Create an Original Story Premise

Written By Scott A. McConnell, the story guy Our television viewing was forever changed by Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone, the first adult western Gunsmoke, and Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek.These shows in either their settings, storytelling, characters or concepts offered something new or fresh.

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What’s My Line? By: David Simon

I wrote this up some months ago, at the time that the “Show Me A Hero” miniseries was broadcast on HBO, but then held the essay back for the simple reason that viewers were still acquiring the narrative. After all,

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What’s My Line? By: David Simon

I wrote this up some months ago, at the time that the “Show Me A Hero” miniseries was broadcast on HBO, but then held the essay back for the simple reason that viewers were still acquiring the narrative. After all,

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