Paul Feig & Katie Dippold discuss their careers and their latest movie, "Ghostbusters." Also, Steve and Brian discuss the past year of WGAW podcasts.
John August talks with Simon Kinberg (X-Men: Apocalypse, Sherlock Holmes), about writing and producing, and Hilliard Guess interviews Gary Goldstein, the chair of the LGBTQ Writers Committee.
Captain America: Civil War screenwriters Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely are interviewed by fellow scribe Jose Molina (Agent Carter) about their career and writing in the Marvel Comics Universe.
Ron Moore the showrunner of "Outlander" is interviewed by fellow "Outlander" writer Toni Graphia; and an interview with UCLA Professor Darnell Hunt regarding the 2016 Hollywood Diversity Report, conducted by Tery Lopez, Director of the WGAW Diversity Department.
Bryan Sipe, the writer of "Demolition" is interviewed by Craig Borten (Dallas Buyers Club), and a recap of the "Creating Your Webseries event.
David Windsor & Casey Johnson from "The Real O'Neals" are interviewed by showrunner Nahnatchka Khan, and Hilliard Guess talks with Maria Escobedo and Evette Vargas from The Latino Writers Committee.
Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszweski, who developed "The People vs. O.J. Simpson" for TV are interviewed by Daniel Waters. Also Lesley Mackey, Senior Director of Credits, returns discuss credit arbitration.
Brent Forrester discusses his career in comedy writing and showrunning, and Lesley Mackey from Credits discusses how writers can protect their credits.
Josh Safran, creator and showrunner of Quantico, is interviewed by Liz Tuccillo, and Hilliard Guess interviews Michelle Amor, the co-chair of The Black Writers Committee.
Chrissy Pietrosh & Jessica Goldstein interviewed by Justin Halpern & Patrick Schumacker, also Lauren Mackenzie & Andrew Gettens discuss their upcoming panel, "Go Team."
James LaRosa, Creator/Showrunner of VH1's Hit The Floor, talks with Margaret Oberman; and Brian Gary interviews Elias Davis and Tom Schulman, Board Members of the Writers Guild Foundation
Our first bonus episode. This is the full Miranda Banks interview, which was edited and split between Episodes 3 & 4. Happy New Year, and thanks for listening.
John August from the Scriptnotes podcast interviews Peter Landesman about his career and new movie, Concussion. Brian Gary talks with Katie Buckland the Executive Director of The Writers Guild Foundation.
In honor of the 101 Funniest Screenplays, the Writers Guild Foundation supplies us with a Billy Wilder interview, and Katherine Christovich from the Legal Department informs us about their services. We also welcome Brian Gary to the podcast.
Chuck Rose discusses "The Art of More," the new Crackle.com show, and Steve and Aaron talk to Caroline Chacon and William Bly from the Registration Department.
Moira Walley-Beckett is interviewed by Tom Schnauz about her career and her new Starz series Flesh and Bone. Steve and Aaron also talk to Valerie Kordisch from the Signatories Dept.
Writer/Director Billy Ray is interviewed by Ari Rubin, and Aaron and Steve talk with Richard Stayton, the editor of Written By.
Ian Fried interviews screenwriter T.S. Nowlin, and Steve talks with Maureen Oxley the Senior Director of Residuals at the WGAW.
Issa Rae, author of Awkward Black Girl,is interviewed by fellow writer and co-chair for the committee of black writers, Amy Aniobi. Also Laurie Espinoza discusses the services provided by the Contracts Department, and the importance of sending in your contracts.
Aaron Mendelsohn interviews Paul Weitz about his career and new movie, Grandma. Jeff Melvoin discusses the Showrunner Training Program.
David Slack and Joelle Garfinkel discuss about converting Joelle's drama pilot, Cam Girls, to a web series, and Steve and Aaron talk with the head of the Diversity Dept., Tery Lopez, about all of the events, projects and committees under the Diversity Dept. umbrella.
The continuation of Jeff Melvoin's interview with Dr. Miranda Banks on Guild History and her book, "The Writers: A History of American Screenwriters and their Guild." Also John Quaintance and David Feeney, show runners from "Ben and Kate" and the writers of "Hot Pursuit" interview each other in a very funny interview.