Oscars, Eric Heiser, Writer discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

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Net. So make sure to check back there for details. But right. Now. Our current issue is still issued thirty six Oscars issue, and we've continued to add content to it after the Oscars. So it contains plenty of great TV and film content as well in our Oscar issue, you could read our Oscar lessons section which has great interviews with seven out of ten Oscar-nominated screenwriters that include the writers of a stars born black klansman the favorite I reformed. Green book if Beale street could talk and vice in each of these articles, not only do we talk about certain scenes that you could read excerpts of you could also read the entire screenplay as well. Plus, our Oscar issue features an interview with actor William Defoe, and even Oscar-nominated editor Hank Corwin who chats about editing. Vice other great articles in issue. Thirty six include our blacklist profile of the script Escher by Jason Kessler and not only do we interviewed Jason. But you could read his entire blacklist script as well. Oscar winner Terrell Alvin mccranie of moonlight chats about his new Steven Soderbergh directed Netflix movie, high flying bird we interviewed Steve. Lightfoot about the latest season of punisher, we interviewed the writers of comedy central's corporate and director, David Slade talks about Netflixing groundbreaking. Choose your own adventure black mirror Bander snatch. We also did a funky cool peace with writer Eric Heiser yet. He's the writer of arrival, and he wrote a TV pilot called kingmaker, which was unfortunately, never made. But Eric still loves it in wishes. It was a TV show and hopes one day it still might be. It was cool enough to share the entire script with us for your reading pleasure issued thirty six also features Sundance stories and so much more. And while this hasn't been announced we are going to chat with the writer directors of captain marvel, and yes, it will even be sliding in an interview with the director of Sam. And that's the fun thing about digital publishing kids. We could keep adding things to the magazine. Even after we published it because we are dedicated to bringing you the best possible content. We can so look it would really mean a lot for me to have my podcast. Listener's support my passion project over at backstory dot net. So I hope you go. Test drive us by reading the free issue and consider subscribing. But now, let's jump right back into my chat with Jeff Nick about their passion project, which you could see digitally via itunes, Ron demand and then on DVD or Blu Ray on may seventh twenty nineteen. I hope you do check it out. However, you can because it's schilling creepy film, the prodigy now one of the problems with horror films in general, you know, the curse has always been exposition and people even have a name for it that they make fun of Seifein hordes, Dr exposition now here we have good old Arthur Jacobson who is the doctor who is the doctor exposition. But, but what you did was you you flip that trope into a very sick way in which. Yes, he introduces the idea earlier of the reincarnation plot. But but really in his office. I think a really strong scene is the hypnosis scene because you know, usually in movies. That's where Emma who am I talking to now am I talking? Satan's child. You know, like, you think it's gonna go in that way. But like, you know, the kid is not even the kid..

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