A new article over on ScriptMag about Stasis with writer-director Nicole Jones-Dion.
Sci-Fi Circuit columnist Jenna Avery interviews writer-director Nicole Jones-Dion about her feature length film, Stasis, and her lessons learned for up-and-coming sci-fi screenwriters. [read more at ScriptMag]
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A new article on the ScriptMag blog about making the most of sci-fi, with screenwriting expert Scott Myers.
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This is one of my favorite interviews, about the movie Time Lapse by Bradley King and B.P. Cooper over on the ScriptMag blog:
There’s a compelling new sci-fi feature out there right now you won’t want to miss, called Time Lapse. Co-written by Bradley King and B.P. Cooper, it’s a slow-burning thriller that hooks you with just the right touches of mystery, sci-fi technology (with a little steampunk flare), and engrossing complications that draw you forward to a surprising and intriguing climax… [read more at ScriptMag]
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A new article over on the ScriptMag blog, about the challenges of keeping exposition under control when writing sci-fi.
One of the challenges with writing good science fiction is introducing not only the world itself, but any story background needed to set the stage for what’s to come. In my recent interview with Amazon Studios-optioned Adam Pachter, he mentioned his pet peeve about screenwriters using voiceover to get away with exposition that might… [read more at ScriptMag]
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Here's a new interview over on the ScriptMag blog with Adam Pachter about landing a deal with Amazon Studios with his sci-fi script:
Besides some of the standard approaches to breaking into the spec market, like querying agents and managers, attending pitch fests, or submitting to contests, what else is there for a sci-fi spec writer looking to get a little industry traction? Amazon Studios has been relatively new to the industry. They’ve undergone a number of changes… [read more at ScriptMag]
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