Happy Sunday, Creative Army. Hope you're all enjoying the weekend and taking advantage of participating in Introduce Yourself Weekend here on Stage 32.
Let's get to the content.
First up, as we all know, there's no one tried and true approach to writing a screenplay. But, by hearing from those who have been successful and keeping an open mind, we might just pick up a tip or two that could lead to better habits. To that end, here's Jay Duplass speaking to his screenwriting process.
Next, 2 time Oscar nominated cinematographer, Ed Lachman (The Virgin Suicides, Far From Heaven, Carol) stopped by the New York Film Festival this year and discussed his career, doling out some sage advice in the process.
I hope you all enjoy the content (and the coffee). As always I ask you to share the material with those you think might benefit from viewing. And I welcome your thoughts and remarks in the comments section below.
Have a fantastic remainder of your weekend.
The Process of Screenwriting by Jay Duplass
NYFF Live - Ed Lachman
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