Friday, July 18, 2014

Screenwriting links: Fri, July 18

Black List and Geoff LaTulippe Announce New Screenplay Contest

What Even Our Best Blockbusters Are Still Getting Wrong About Women [Vulture]

Writers Can Do Anything [The Atlantic]

Five Years a Comedian's Assistant: What It's Like Working for the Most Neurotic Bosses Around [Splitsider]

Hispanic Women Are This Summer's Most Avid Moviegoers [The Wrap]

The Times of His Life: Richard Linklater on Boyhood [WGA.org]

Capone discusses the healing power of song with BEGIN AGAIN and ONCE writer-director John Carney [Ain't It Cool News]

100 Famous Directors' Rules of Filmmaking [FlavorWire]

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