In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, learn what the adaptations of Romeo + Juliet and West Side Story can teach you as a storyteller. Plus, a special interview with Production Designer Angran Li and how her work impacts story and character, and more.

In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, learn what the adaptations of Romeo + Juliet and West Side Story can teach you as a storyteller and breaking in remotely with screenwriter Leanna Woodley. Plus, a special interview with Production Designer Angran Li and how her work impacts story and character.

How Design Impacts and Elevates Storytelling with Production Designer Angran Li

Production Designer Angran Li gives Script a peek behind the curtain of being a visual storyteller, how her work impacts story and character, and what kind of stories she’s drawn to as a production designer.

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The Art of Adaptation: What Romeo + Juliet and West Side Story Can Teach Screenwriters

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Adaptations have evergreen appeal, both for writers and producers. Adapting a work that’s in the public domain frees writers from copyright issues while offering them a prime way to show off their voice and their skills to an “existing and appreciative” audience. Script contributor Valerie Kalfrin offers a deep dive into what Romeo + Juliet and West Side Story adaptations can teach screenwriters.

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TV Writer Podcast 123 – TV Writer & Performer Sasha Feiler (Robot Chicken)

Sasha Feiler is the only funny person to ever come out of Siberia, and you’ll have to take her word for it since Siberia is the last place you’d want to visit! This week, host Gray Jones interviews comedy writer, performer & Script Anatomy instructor Sasha Feiler.

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TRUE INDIE: Breaking In Remotely—Interview with Leanna Woodley on Writing Holiday Movies and Making Industry Connections from Outside of LA

If you’re hoping to break into screenwriting from outside of L.A., there’s no better time! Seattle screenwriter Leanna Woodley talks with Script contributor Rebecca Norris about breaking into holiday movies and using technology to make meaningful industry connections from the comfort of your own home.

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