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The Best Written Movies of 2008(In no particular order. And by that, I mean alphabetical.)BoltThe Dark KnightDoubtForgetting Sarah MarshallFrost/NixonHancockIn BrugesKung Fu PandaIron ManLet the Right One InMilkSlumdog MillionaireWALL-EHancock and Iron Man make the list because it’s not so easy to write a big Hollywood movie

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In this episode, I spoke with Professor Richard Walter, Chair of the UCLA Screenwriting Department about some of the broader concepts behind screenwriting.  Matt was absent (but who’s counting?)* but overall it was a fun and enlightening conversation.  Enjoy!  -Eric–* No one is counting.  But

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For this episode of Scriptcast Matt and Eric are joined in the UCLA Radio studios with special guest Randall Park!  Randall is an actor, comedian, and all-around nice guy, just like he comes across in our conversation. For more of Randall’s stuff, check out his

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Logline Friday is back, starting…now!What is Logline Friday?  It’s a free, weekly competition that gives screenwriters a reason to practice honing their screenplay loglines.How do I submit my logline?Tweet it to @scriptdreric in one or two tweets.  Or, if you’re shy, you may email it to

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This is the second post in the “Screenwriting is Writing” series.  The first:Screenwriting is Writing – Lesson 1: On WritingOne GIANT difference between amateur and professional screenwriters is verb usage.  Thus, one of the quickest way to improve your screenwriting is by improving your verbs.How