We’ve just put up a new episode of Screenwriters Beat, where working screenwriters chat about the biz. Episode 5’s main topic is Writing Partners. Do you need one? And, heck, why not?
Also covered in the episode is a fun game of Show & Tell, where our screenwriters share the screenwriting books that have meant something to them along the way. And still do!
Plus, they take an audience question about writing a script with a concise or narrative style.
Hope you can catch this informative and fun episode. Click HERE! And please subscribe to our YouTube channel to alert you every time a new episode posts.
Screenwriters Beat has posted another show about our shows. A couple of members of our working screenwriter panel talk about the next two shows — which will be recorded on Thursday, July 17th. Please check out the video HERE. And join us live or on YouTube for all the shows in the Screenwriters Beat series.
We had an amazing panel of working screenwriters:
Nicole Jones-Dion writing Horror, Thrillers & SciFi
Nicole Keefler writing TV animation & breaking into supernatural SciFi
Eric Ingram writing Action & Comedy
Heidi Mastrogiovanni writing Comedy, Comedy, Comedy
and your host
Ann Kimbrough writing contained Action/Thrillers
All of our screenwriters are available for work! And Screenwriters Beat will put anyone in touch with a particular writer. Just email us at email@example.com.
Screenwriters Beat shows are filled with insight about what it’s like to work as a screenwriter somewhere between newbie and A-List. And the show includes solid ideas about how to build a screenwriting career.
Tonight’s the night for the recording of Screenwriters Beat’s first two episodes. They will be live on YouTube (I’ll post the viewing link on Twitter) but they will be published on YouTube to check out later. (And I’ll post that link here).
Since we are doing two shows at the same time, there will be a down period between them. I’ll post a second viewing link on Twitter just before we go live for the second show.
Screenwriters Beat shows should run between 10 to 15 minutes. And they’ll be filled with working screenwriter information and all the fun that comes when you get a group of creative people together.
Hope you can join us!