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Kristi was born in Wellington, NZ and is a dual NZ/British screenwriter and script consultant who has been professionally writing genre screenplays since 2009 including: The award winning optioned horror They Hide In The Dark (www.theyhideinthedarkmovie.com); the optioned horror The Raft (http://www.libertinepictures.com/wp-content/uploads/Media-release_Big-Break-Wraps_24-09-14.pdf) and the latest horror and festival finalist The Walls. Her first production was the first movie rolled out over Twitter, the pioneering transmedia horror, Hurst (aka@KarenBarley) (www.karenbarley.co.uk). She has been hired as a script consultant for L.A production company, Philantos and contracted as Script Reader & consultant for the NZ Writers Guild consulting on various genres. She was mentored by Kudos productions through the prestigious UK’s Red Planet Prize with the gritty single drama, The Board, which is currently in development with director Paul Campion (The Devil’s Rock). She was a Shriekfest Finalist in 2015 with her screenplay "The Walls".
This week on Chatting With Sherri I am so excited to welcome back my freind Producer/Screenwriter; Steven L. Sears!
He was a writer on shows such as, Riptide, The A-Team and Father Brown Mysteries. He was the Executive Producer on the feature “The Last Perfect Wave”, the Co-Executive Producer of the hit syndicated series XENA – WARRIOR PRINCESS, and the Co-Creator and Executive Producer of the Columbia/TriStar Television Series SHEENA.
He is also co-writer with science fiction writer Kevin J. Anderson to create the graphic novel series STALAG-X. He is also the co-created and writer with the novelist Peter J. Wacks, for the novel series VilleAnne forWordfire Press, which also published Steven's non-fiction book The Non-User-Friendly-Guide For Aspiring Television Writers; Experience and Advice from the Trenches. Please join us!
Dan Mazer is a British screenwriter, TV/film producer, and comedian. He is best known as the long-time writing and production partner of Sacha Baron Cohen and has worked with him on such characters as Ali G and Borat. Mazer co-wrote and co-produced the films ALI G INDAHOUSE (2002), BORAT: CULTURAL LEARNINGS OF AMERICA FOR MAKE BENEFIT GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN (2006), BRUNO (2009) and THE DICTATOR (2012). Mazer attended Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School, where he met Baron Cohen. He went on to read Law at Peterhouse, Cambridge University. He was an active member of Cambridge Footlights while at university and was vice president from 1993 to 1994. His early work includes production roles on THE WORD, THE BIG BREAKFAST and THE 11 O'CLOCK SHOW. He also created, wrote, and directed DOG BITES MAN for Comedy Central. In 2007, he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for co-writing BORAT: CULTURAL LEARNINGS OF AMERICA FOR MAKE BENEFIT GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN with Sacha Baron Cohen, Ant Hines, Peter Baynham, and Todd Phillips. In 2012, Dan wrote and directed feature film, I GIVE IT A YEAR, starring Rose Byrne, Rafe Spall and Stephen Merchant, followed this year by comedy pilot, LOVE IS RELATIVE, for NBC/20th Century Fox. Most recent work includes co-writing the latest feature instalment of the BRIDGET JONES franchise, BRIDGET JONES'S BABY, starring Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth, and directing feature film DIRTY GRANDPA starring Robert de Niro and Zac Efron. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Join us at the global campfire for this informative interview with Host Lady Selah SuJuris and Guest Michael Phillip Cash who won a Screen Writing Award for Pokergeist
"I heard the original interview on XRQK in LA on Tuesday. This is a great exchange between Lady Selah and Michael, it's two professionals having an engaging conversation about screenwriting and Michael playfully lends his expert advise and opinions as he strolls through the inquisitive questions lead by Lady Selah....very enjoyable interview and Michael has some great writing tips." Shawn Potaff
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Screenwriter: Michael Phillip Cash
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Shane Weisfeld is the screenwriter of the 2014 hit movie ¨Freezer¨ starring Dylan McDermott. It took more than 15 years to achieve this success. Rejection followed him everywhere. From his early beginnings in the rap music business to the big and small screens. But where others gave up, Shane persevered. He shares his keys to staying focused, living your passion, and finding fulfillment. If you've ever experienced creative and professional blocks, this is the program for you!
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes screenwriter and author Lorna Clark Osunsanmi to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her love of storyteller and what it's been like to share that with the world. The two will also discuss the formation of the portal www.writersalwayswrite.com and her decision to share the script for her new project MERCY ROAD.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcome the multi-talented John Schulian to the show. After making his mark in sportswriting and Hollywood, John Schulian has shifted gears and written his first novel, the noirish "A Better Goodbye." It's the tale of lost souls in rarely-seen precincts of Los Angeles, a melting pot stirred by a tragedy-haunted boxer, a college girl moonlighting as a sensual masseuse, a failed actor turned pimp, and a prison-hardened sociopath. "Goodbye" marks the latest turn in the career of the L.A.-born and Salt Lake City-reared Schulian, was regularly in included in E.P. Dutton's annual "Best Sports Stories" anthology, and published a highly-regarded collection of his boxing writing, "Writers' Fighters and Other Sweet Scientists.". He landed at the Philadelphia Daily News long enough to win the 1985 Nat Fleischer Award for Excellence in Boxing Journalism, and then took off for Hollywood at the invitation of Steven Bochco, creator of "Hill Street Blues." Schulian broke into TV with an "L.A. Law" script and was on the writing staffs of "Miami Vice," "The 'Slap' Maxwell Story," and "Wiseguy." He struck gold as a co-creator of "Xena: Warrior Princess,". Schulian later wrote and produced "JAG," "Outer Limits," and "Tremors". "Twilight of the Long-ball Gods," followed by "Sometimes They Even Shook Your Hand." He has also had short stories published in the Prague Revue and on Thuglit and The Classical. Schulian is the editor of "The John Lardner Reader" and co-editor, with George Kimball, of two anthologies, "At the Fights: American Writers on Boxing" and "The Fighter Still Remains".
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"Alysa of the Fields", her first novel in the Tellings of Xunar-kun Series, won the 2006 Dream Realm Awards for Cover Art. The unabridged audio book version which she produced won Mom’s Choice, Reader’s Choice, and Reader Views awards. Published in 2008, Book Two, "The Trailfolk of Xunar-kun", won Reader’s Favorite and The Written Art awards.
Tina creates the cover art for her books and has published illustrations internationally in several books and other media. She has created a children's picture book, Snailsworth, a slow little story. In addition to writing stories, poetry and screenplays, Tina has been a freelance communications designer since 1995. She is also a screenwriter and is working on a write-for-hire feature film. http://www.tinafieldhowescreenwriter.com/
Cindy Mollo began her career in New York editing the critically acclaimed dramas “Homicide: Life on the Street,” and “Oz” for producers Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana. She was nominated for an American Cinema Editors Eddie Award for her work on an episode of “Homicide” directed by Levinson. She edited the HBO films “Boycott,” “Point of Origin” and “Path to Paradise,” and received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Editing on “Dash and Lily,” a film for A&E directed by Kathy Bates. Mollo’s feature career includes a long collaboration with Allen Hughes. BROKEN CITY starring Russell Crowe and Mark Wahlberg marked her fourth project with Allen. Previously she worked with The Hughes Brothers on the feature THE BOOK OF ELI. Other feature credits include PANIC, THE SENTINEL, TEXAS KILLING FIELDS and THE BREAKUP GIRL. Mollo’s television work includes the award winning AMC series “Mad Men,” for which she received her second Emmy Award nomination.. She recently edited the independent John Sayles pilot “Dr. Del” starring John Hawkes and Chloë Sevigny. She just wrapped work on the fourth season of the acclaimed Netflix series “House of Cards” for which she’s been nominated for two Hollywood Post Alliance Awards. We will be discussing communication during the entire filmmaking process: important conversations to have with your director during prep and production; communication with the sound, music and VFX departments during dailies; and working with the sound department, music editor and the composer during the mix. You can email your questions to 123FilmEasy@Gmail.com
Cynthia Sharp is the author of How to Write Poetry: A Resource for Students and Teachers of Creative Writing and the editor of Poetic Portions, an anthology of poems and recipes, both on Amazon. She has been published in a number of literary journals and her short stories and poetry have been broadcast internationally. She balances a life of teaching, screenwriting, fiction and poetry with the healing rest of nature photography. For additional information please feel free to contact her at:
Cynthia's Amazon Author Page with links to her books: http://www.amazon.com/Cynthia-Sharp/e/B00QBH25KY
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Books N Ballyhoo Show
Host Lady Selah SuJuris
Guest Authors, Screenwriters Deborah Romare and Vincent J. Wiley
Children's book sharing and honoring the famus Artist Vincent Van Gogh.
Loveble characters and artistry that inspire young and old alike!
Vincent, a lovable young animated characters dreams of being a great artist, against the wishes of his father. Determined, he sets out on a journey to follow his destiny, and in doing so discovered life’s biggest lessons as he travels to New York and joins the circus… all of it revealed through the brilliant artwork of Vincent Van Gogh.
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Toy is multifaceted and currently runs an independent publishing company, movie production company and popular Washington DC and Maryland area bookstore. In addition, she facilitates her popular seminar "How To Write A Novel In 30 Days", using her non-fiction novel of the same title. Toy consults authors and publishing houses on what it takes to achieve success and longevity in the industry.
She has been featured in The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, Essence Magazine, Don Diva Magazine and Urban Book Source. She has been awarded Author Of The Year by AAMBC and was voted Most Underrated Author by The Urban Book Source.
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