Friday, October 4, 2013

Screenwriting links: Friday, October 4

Why 'It's Like a 13-Hour Movie' Fails to Do Justice to Great TV [IndieWire]

Meet Chris Nee, creator of Disney’s ‘Doc McStuffins’ [MSNBC]

Catherine Hardwicke: Despite ‘Twilight’ Success, It Hasn’t Been an Easy Road [Variety]

Q&A: Catherine Keener, Nicole Holofcener: ‘Enough Said’ Duo Talk Their Unique Alliance [Variety]

Kevin Smith Reveals His Craziest Movie Pitch Ever (Guest Column) [Hollywood Reporter]

How To Bust Writer’s Block [Kaeidico]

How Does a Great Television Series Say Goodbye? [Valley News]

Why Television Takes Time to Become Great [Den of Geek]

'The Michael J. Fox Show': An Inside Look at Writing For TV's Boldest New Comedy [PolicyMic]

Where Are the Female Horror Filmmakers? [Badass Digest]

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