Archive for January 2014

Joe Ochman Voicing Character in Oscar-Nominated Film

French film Ernest & Celestine has been nominated for an Academy Award for best animated feature. Although the nominated film is in French, ScriptWrights actor and writer Joe Ochman voiced a character for the English language version. The English...

The “True Story” Conundrum by Shelli Wright

There are so many interesting people and situations in our lives, you could write nothing but true stories your whole life and never run out. In fact, most of this year’s award noms are based on a true story… Dallas Buyers Club, Blue Jasmine,...

Stewart Schill Nominated for ACE Award, Soon to Premiere Feature Film

Stewart Schill has been busy on his hiatus from ScriptWrights. His work on American Horror Story: Asylum has earned him his third nomination for an American Cinema Editors (ACE) Eddie Award, for Best Edited Miniseries or Motion Picture for Television....

Adapting from the Public Domain by Jeremy Anderson

It’s easy to look at the slate of recent, current and forthcoming television shows and movies and think – Hollywood is out of ideas. They’re all sequels, prequels, reboots, or remakes. As a young writer, it’s easy to grow frustrated, knowing that...

Ellen Dubin Series THE COLLECTOR Airing in the U.S.

Ellen Dubin earned a Gemini nomination for her series regular role in the supernatural drama THE COLLECTOR. The series follows a man who collects souls for the devil (played by a different actor each week). Dubin plays Jeri Slate, a passionate journalist...

Jeremy Anderson’s King David Project in the News

Entertainment One and Atmosphere Entertainment have partnered to develop and produce KING DAVID, an hour-long drama series about the biblical king, written by Patrick Moss and ScriptWrights’ Jeremy Anderson. The story was picked up by many industry...

Making It Real by Glynis Ahearn

MAKING IT REAL There’s nothing like the first time your words get read aloud.  It’s got to be like the first time an actor sees their face projected on a forty-foot screen, or a director sweating out his first feature on opening day.    It’s...