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Script Doctor Eric

What can you learn from a great script?

Today on Scriptcast (A Screenwriting Podcast) Matt and I go into an in-depth discussion of Chinatown.  We’ll discuss both script and film, what works, what doesn’t (gasp!) and the writing lessons screenwriters can learn from this classic.

If you miss our discussion, the episode will be posted to iTunes soon.  Don’t forget to Subscribe to Scriptcast and hey, leave a comment!

We’re always looking for new ideas for shows, and ways to improve the podcast.

And compliments.  We’re always looking for compliments.  :)



Scriptcast is recorded every Tuesday at 4pm from the UCLA Radio studios in Westwood, CA.  Listen live by going to www.UCLAradio.com and clicking the “Listen Live” headphones at the top of the page.

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