Friday, January 17, 2014

Screenwriting links: Fri, Jan 17

No More Excuses: Hollywood Needs to Hire More Female Directors [Indiewire]

How Two Networks Are Dealing With a Changing TV Landscape And Why Pilot Season Is No Longer a Necessity [Indiewire]

The 'science' behind script-writing [The Times of India]

True Detective' Writer Nic Pizzolatto Tells Tall Tales [Men's Journal]

Director Nanette Burstein on Her Tonya Harding Documentary, The Price of Gold [Vulture]

Girls EP Jenni Konner on Season Three, Writing Off Charlie, and Adam and Hannah [Vulture]

'Nashville' Creator Wants Conversations About 'Likable' Female Characters To Stop [Huffington Post]

12 Fundamentals Of Writing “The Other” (And The Self) [Buzzfeed]

The Road to Sitcom Hell: Interview w/'Episodes' David Crane & Jeffrey Klarik [WGA.org]

Interview: Barbara Stepansky, (2013 Nicholl Winner, 2013 Black List) [Go Into The Story] 

Sundance Opening Night: Rose McGowan on Her Directorial Debut 'Dawn,' Plus: How She Accidentally Became an Actor [Movies.com]

Oscar Nominee Lupita Nyong'o on the Unexpected Advice from Ralph Fiennes That Changed Her Life [Movies.com]

'Wolf of Wall Street' Screenwriter Terence Winter Reacts To His Oscar Nom And The Film's Detractors [Huffington Post]

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