‘Psycho Goreman’ Is a Wacky Homage to Campy Sci-Fi Monsters
An article over on the Final Draft blog with PG: Psycho Goreman writer-director Liam O’Donnell about his writing process, how he spends time on the visual aspects of his stories, and making monsters and aliens galore — all on a meager budget. [read more on the Final Draft blog]
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An article over on the Final Draft blog with writer-director Liam O’Donnell about how his film Skylines breaks barriers when it comes to writing sci-fi with heavy special effects for the big screen, and also bends a few trilogy story conventions as well. [read more on the Final Draft blog]
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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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Here's a new article on ScriptMag about writing low budget sci-fi, including looking at some recent low budget sci-fi productions (Moon, Another Earth, Sleep Dealer, and Safety Not Guaranteed) and what works about each of them.
If you’ve been following this column for a while, you’ll have seen the many recommendations about focusing on writing low-budget spec scripts from both screenwriting gurus like Chris Soth and Scott Myers, as well as sci-fi screenwriters who have been successfully breaking into the sci-fi market, like Dan Gordon and Shane Joseph Willis. Since… [read more at ScriptMag]
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