Ken Miyamoto shares some morsels of inspiration from the brilliant mind of Greta Gerwig, the writer and director of Lady Bird. He shares her insight through a series of interviews with the actress turn writer/director. Here are a few highlights:
- Writing Words that Don’t Look Like They’ve Been Written
- Taking the Time to Prepare Yourself
- Story Structure Is Embedded Within Us All
- You Have to Take the Leap
- Don’t Judge and Dismiss Your Own Writing
- Listen to Your Characters
- Treat Each Character as If They Could Have Their Own Movie About Them
- Great Screenplays Should Be Like Poetry
Read the full article here: Screenwriting Advice From LADY BIRD Writer/Director Greta Gerwig
Scott Myers sat down with 2013 Nicholl fellowship winner Stephanie Shannon to discuss her journey as a screenwriter.
Interview (Part 2): Stephanie Shannon
Melissa Silverstein with Women & Hollywood sat down with Zoe Lister-Jones to talk about her directorial debut and hiring an all female film crew for her film, Band Aid, which premiered at Sundance this past January.
Read the full interview here: Zoe Lister-Jones on Hiring an All-Female Crew for Her Directorial Debut “Band Aid”
Herk Harvey, creator of the cult film Carnival of Souls, discusses the making of his only film. Click the link to read the story and watch the 1983 interview.
Herk Harvey on “Carnival of Souls”