Happy Sunday Creative Army!
I've got my coffee in hand and your weekly dose of content coming in hot - grab your coffee of choice and let's dive right in.
First up, Rotten Tomatoes TV recently interviewed Anya Taylor-Joy about how she created her Golden Globe-winning role of Beth Harmon in Netflix's The Queen's Gambit. She talks about the research she did on addiction, how she found common ground with Beth through her own personal life, and more. If you are a fan of The Queen's Gambit, our very own Director of Script Services, Jason Mirch will be hosting a free breakdown of the pilot episode in the Writers' Room this coming Wednesday, April 7th at 4pm PST - click here to register for free.
Next up, Film Riot has put together a great video about 3 things you must do during pre-production to help make your shoot run smoothly. Specifically, this video discusses how the work you do in pre-production regarding 1) theme, 2) character, and 3) tone are vital to your production. They give you specific tips and resources to help you in the pre-production process.
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