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The Script to Screen Podcast

Joshua Mangrum

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The Script to Screen Podcast

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Joshua Mangrum

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Conversations with Indie Filmmakers about their part in the process.We talk with Writers, Directors, DP's, Actors, Editors and more all about their craft and creative process.Welcome to the Script to Screen Podcast!

Latest Episodes

What Makes a Good Villian?

The Script to Screen Podcast - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes, each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are discussing what makes a good villain?We discuss the generic motivations of most villains and how to break away from those. We also give examples of some great movies villains and some not so great ones.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

12 MIN2 w ago
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What Makes a Good Villian?

Superhero Movies (MCU)

The Script to Screen Podcast - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes, each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are discussing Superhero Movies, mostly the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) we discount any recent DCEU movies from our talk, your welcome ;)We argue over whether the if Marvel Movies are real cinema or are they more episodic, how to write unique superhero films in an oversaturated genre, and general superhero fatigue.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

11 MIN2 w ago
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Superhero Movies (MCU)

High Concepts

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are talking about the writing High Concept ideas.We discuss the difference between High and Low concepts, which ones we write more often, and what the value of writing a high concept is.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

11 MINJUN 9
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High Concepts

Opening & Closing Images

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are talking about the importance of Opening and Closing Images.We discuss how important they are, if they have made modern movies more predictable, and give examples from our own writing!Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

9 MINMAY 27
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Opening & Closing Images

Co-Writing

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are talking about Co-Writing & Collaboration!We discuss our personal experiences co-writing, how to develop a process, working with more than one co-writer, "constructive arguments" and much more!Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

10 MINMAY 6
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Co-Writing

Giving & Getting Feedback

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are talking about giving & getting feedback!Everything from reading scripts, giving notes, how to receive notes, and much more.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

10 MINMAY 4
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Giving & Getting Feedback

Our Writing Process' PART 2

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today's episode we are revisiting our individual writing process' last episode (Part 1) went so well that we had to continue the topic!Although we mainly talk about feature films the overall process can be applied to short films, TV episodes or whatever you want to write.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

9 MINAPR 16
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Our Writing Process' PART 2

Our Writing Process' PART 1

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today's episode we dive into our individual writing process' and although we mainly talk about feature films the overall process can be applied to short films, TV episodes or whatever you want to write.We really got into the topic so we decided to break our own rule (kind of ;) and have a 2 parter. So look for that on Thursday!Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

10 MINAPR 14
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Our Writing Process' PART 1

Writing for a Budget

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today's episode we dive into what it means and our struggles to write for a budget. Whatever your budget is ($100 or $100,000), Writing with limitations is difficult, but it also might just make you more creative.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

10 MINAPR 9
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Writing for a Budget

Directing & Acting for Feature Films with Nathan Clarkson

Today on the Script to Screen Podcast I interview Nathan Clarkson. Several years ago my father Executive Produced Nathan's first feature - Confessions of a Prodigal Son (Starring Nathan & Kevin Sorbo).We talk about Nathan's latest feature which he shot in just 6 days. Nathan has a lot to share about Directing, Acting (and doing both at the same time), his writing process and lots more.Please Subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcast, leave a review on iTunes, and until next time, thanks for listening!

41 MINFEB 9
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Directing & Acting for Feature Films with Nathan Clarkson

Latest Episodes

What Makes a Good Villian?

The Script to Screen Podcast - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes, each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are discussing what makes a good villain?We discuss the generic motivations of most villains and how to break away from those. We also give examples of some great movies villains and some not so great ones.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

12 MIN2 w ago
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What Makes a Good Villian?

Superhero Movies (MCU)

The Script to Screen Podcast - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes, each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are discussing Superhero Movies, mostly the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) we discount any recent DCEU movies from our talk, your welcome ;)We argue over whether the if Marvel Movies are real cinema or are they more episodic, how to write unique superhero films in an oversaturated genre, and general superhero fatigue.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

11 MIN2 w ago
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Superhero Movies (MCU)

High Concepts

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are talking about the writing High Concept ideas.We discuss the difference between High and Low concepts, which ones we write more often, and what the value of writing a high concept is.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

11 MINJUN 9
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High Concepts

Opening & Closing Images

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are talking about the importance of Opening and Closing Images.We discuss how important they are, if they have made modern movies more predictable, and give examples from our own writing!Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

9 MINMAY 27
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Opening & Closing Images

Co-Writing

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are talking about Co-Writing & Collaboration!We discuss our personal experiences co-writing, how to develop a process, working with more than one co-writer, "constructive arguments" and much more!Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

10 MINMAY 6
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Co-Writing

Giving & Getting Feedback

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode, we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today we are talking about giving & getting feedback!Everything from reading scripts, giving notes, how to receive notes, and much more.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

10 MINMAY 4
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Giving & Getting Feedback

Our Writing Process' PART 2

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today's episode we are revisiting our individual writing process' last episode (Part 1) went so well that we had to continue the topic!Although we mainly talk about feature films the overall process can be applied to short films, TV episodes or whatever you want to write.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

9 MINAPR 16
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Our Writing Process' PART 2

Our Writing Process' PART 1

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today's episode we dive into our individual writing process' and although we mainly talk about feature films the overall process can be applied to short films, TV episodes or whatever you want to write.We really got into the topic so we decided to break our own rule (kind of ;) and have a 2 parter. So look for that on Thursday!Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

10 MINAPR 14
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Our Writing Process' PART 1

Writing for a Budget

The Script to Screen Podcast is back - Season 2!This Season I (Josh Mangrum) Co-Host with my friend Parker Starnes. Each episode we set a 10min timer and talk about a specific aspect of screenwriting.Today's episode we dive into what it means and our struggles to write for a budget. Whatever your budget is ($100 or $100,000), Writing with limitations is difficult, but it also might just make you more creative.Please subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

10 MINAPR 9
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Writing for a Budget

Directing & Acting for Feature Films with Nathan Clarkson

Today on the Script to Screen Podcast I interview Nathan Clarkson. Several years ago my father Executive Produced Nathan's first feature - Confessions of a Prodigal Son (Starring Nathan & Kevin Sorbo).We talk about Nathan's latest feature which he shot in just 6 days. Nathan has a lot to share about Directing, Acting (and doing both at the same time), his writing process and lots more.Please Subscribe to the Script to Screen Podcast, leave a review on iTunes, and until next time, thanks for listening!

41 MINFEB 9
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Directing & Acting for Feature Films with Nathan Clarkson
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