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Screenwriter STUART WRIGHT hosts weekly conversations with indie, sci-fi and horror filmmakers about their process and craft and film fans about the films they love. Continue Reading >>
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5 Great TROMA Films with Liam Regan, director of EATING MISS CAMPBELL Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks to filmmaker LIAM REGAN about his new film EATING MISS CAMPBELL Catch the World Premiere at Frightfest 2022 - Ticket information here https://frightfest.nuwebgroup.com/Follow Liam Regan at https://www.instagram.com/refusefilms/Stuart also spoke to Liam about...5 GREAT TROMA FILMSBloodsucking Freaks (1976), directed by Joel M Reed “As a cultural artifact, and as an example of the worst uses of creative energy, however, Bloodsucking Freaks is a must-see. Just remember, if you are offended by it, the joke is on you.” From Classic-horror.com Rob WrigleyCombat Shock (1984) directed by Buddy Giovinazzo Anton Bitel writes on VODZilla - Combat Shock is a downbeat, depressing film, dripping with a persistent pessimism that runs counter to the prevailing Reaganite ideology of the day. For here, instead of conspicuous affluence and yuppieism, we get an alternative view of street-level life on the destitute, desperate margins of Eighties America, comparable to the hell of war itself.Surf Nazis Must Die (1987), directed by Peter Gorge “"Surf Nazis Must Die" is the sort of film Ed Wood might have made if he were active today, except he'd be the only one not in on the joke.” David Lazarus, Salon.comCannibal! The Musical (1993), directed by Trey Parker of South Park fame… Jenn Dlugos of Classic-Horror.com wrote: “I could go on about amateur screen shots, poor cuts, and very obvious continuity issues, but this is a film that you just don’t care. And if you do care, it’s probably not for you.”Fatty Drives the Bus (1999), directed by Mick Napier Gordon Maples of Misan TROPE y.com wrote “Fatty Drives the Bus” is not a good movie in any conventional sense of the term, but there is some strange enjoyment to be had out of it. You can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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5 Great TROMA Films with Liam Regan, director of EATING MISS CAMPBELL Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks to filmmaker LIAM REGAN about his new film EATING MISS CAMPBELL Catch the World Premiere at Frightfest 2022 - Ticket information here https://frightfest.nuwebgroup.com/Follow Liam Regan at https://www.instagram.com/refusefilms/Stuart also spoke to Liam about...5 GREAT TROMA FILMSBloodsucking Freaks (1976), directed by Joel M Reed “As a cultural artifact, and as an example of the worst uses of creative energy, however, Bloodsucking Freaks is a must-see. Just remember, if you are offended by it, the joke is on you.” From Classic-horror.com Rob WrigleyCombat Shock (1984) directed by Buddy Giovinazzo Anton Bitel writes on VODZilla - Combat Shock is a downbeat, depressing film, dripping with a persistent pessimism that runs counter to the prevailing Reaganite ideology of the day. For here, instead of conspicuous affluence and yuppieism, we get an alternative view of street-level life on the destitute, desperate margins of Eighties America, comparable to the hell of war itself.Surf Nazis Must Die (1987), directed by Peter Gorge “"Surf Nazis Must Die" is the sort of film Ed Wood might have made if he were active today, except he'd be the only one not in on the joke.” David Lazarus, Salon.comCannibal! The Musical (1993), directed by Trey Parker of South Park fame… Jenn Dlugos of Classic-Horror.com wrote: “I could go on about amateur screen shots, poor cuts, and very obvious continuity issues, but this is a film that you just don’t care. And if you do care, it’s probably not for you.”Fatty Drives the Bus (1999), directed by Mick Napier Gordon Maples of Misan TROPE y.com wrote “Fatty Drives the Bus” is not a good movie in any conventional sense of the term, but there is some strange enjoyment to be had out of it. You can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
5 Great Tips For Screenwriters To Get The Film Industry To Notice You (when you're not based in Hollywood) Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks to screenwriter on the rise ad host of the Social Writer Podcast Andy Compton about5 Great Tips To Get The Film Industry To Notice You (when you're not based in Hollywood)Breaking in from outside HollywoodNavigating screenwriting competitionsFinding your voice/building brandMaking your short film with whatever you have available to youWriting with a personal connection to materialFor more about Andy and to listen to his podcast check out https://linktr.ee/TheSocialScreenwritersPodcastYou can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
DukeFest 2022 with co-founders Alex Kidd and Evrim Ersoy Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks with co-founders Alex Kidd and Evrim Ersoy about DUKEFEST - THE RETURN Sunday 31st July - Wednesday 3rd August 2022.From a Cannes favourite to NY Public Access TV, our four-day bonanza is eager to celebrate the madness of cinema in every possible format across TWO amazing London venues: Prince Charles Cinema & King & Queen pub in Fitzrovia!Bloody Oranges (UK Premiere)Sunday 31st July @Prince Charles Cinema – Book Tickets https://princecharlescinema.com/PrinceCharlesCinema.dll/WhatsOn?f=23508196Alex’s Mystery Show / Evrim presents: 15-Years Of The DukeMonday 1st August @King And Queen – FREE ENTRY https://www.facebook.com/King-And-Queen-148066925229797/Secret Society / Evrim’s Worst Of Show / The New York TV Archive Part 2Tuesday 2nd August @King And Queen – FREE ENTRY https://www.facebook.com/King-And-Queen-148066925229797/Sean Hogan “Twilight’s Last Screaming” book launch event with special screening of The Possession Of Joel Delany (1972) plus Q&AWednesday 3rd August @Prince Charles Cinema – Book Tickets https://princecharlescinema.com/PrinceCharlesCinema.dll/WhatsOn?f=23508196Twilight’s Last Screaming https://blackshuckbooks.co.uk/tls/You can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
EP600 - 5 Great American Horror Films featured in Twilight's Last Screaming with author Sean Hogan Episode 600 is here. Thank you for your support and ears. Here's to another 600.Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks to filmmaker and author, Sean Hogan, about his brilliant new book TWILIGHT'S LAST SCREAMING.Get you copy direct from the publisher https://blackshuckbooks.co.uk/tls/5 Great American Horror Films featured in Twilight's Last Screaming:Messiah of Evil (1973) Shudder SubscribersFebruary (aka The Blackcoat’s Daughter) (2015), rent on PrimePoor Pretty Eddie (aka Redneck County) (1975), rent on PrimeThe Possession of Joel Delaney (1972) “Invaded from the outside by a maniac who is dead” Blu ray #93 from the Imprint CollectionThe Wind (2018) rent on PrimeSee Sean Hogan at DUKEFEST THE RETURN 31 July – 3 Augusthttps://thedukemitchell.uk/2022/06/23/dukefest-2022-the-return-festival-line-up/You can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
EP599 - Turn & Burn: The Scriptwriter's Guide to Writing Better Screenplays Faster with the author (& screenwriter) CJ Walley Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks with screenwriter CJ Walley about his book Turn & Burn: The Scriptwriter's Guide to Writing Better Screenplays FasterTurn & Burn: The Scriptwriter's Guide to Writing Better Screenplays Faster is out now from place you buy your books from.For about CJ's screenwriting and productions: NIGHT TRAIN. DOUBLE THREAT & BREAK EVEN see https://rebellerouser.com/film-portfolio/Also see:https://cjwalley.com/https://www.scriptrevolution.com/You can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
FILMUSTAGE the automatic Script Breakdown and Scheduling service with co-founder Ruslan Khamidullin Screenwriter Stuart Wright with Ruslan Khamidullin, Co-founder & CTO/CTIO of Filmustage about horror films, FILMUSTAGE and how AI will help screenwriters in the future.https://filmustage.com/Use the discount code britflicks30 for a 30% discount off the subscription costs.You can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Manifesto - the third instalment of the HOPE TRILOGY with Daniel Draper Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks for the third time with Daniel Draper about the third instalment of his HOPE TRILOGY of documentaries about left wing politics in the UK.MANIFESTO is released Thursday 16 June. Check local listings for selected theatrical dates.For all the latest news on screenings see twitter https://twitter.com/SOTL_FilmsYou can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
5 Great Films That Embody The Spirit Of Punk with Richard Cabut Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks 5 Great Films That Embody The Spirit Of Punk with Richard Cabut, author of the book LOOKING FOR A KISS (Sweat Drenched Press). 19 November, 2020 and co-editor/author of the anthology PUNK IS DEAD: MODERNITY IS KILLED EVERY NIGHT5 Great Films That Embody The Spirit Of Punk:1966 - Chelsea Girls – Andy Warhol1975 - The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Jim Sharman1978 - Jubilee – Derek Jarman 1980 - The Great Rock n Roll Swindle – Julien Temple1987 - Withnail & I – Bruce RobinsonFor more about Richard and his other work https://www.richardcabut.com/about-me-5You can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
5 Great Observations Of A Scriptreader with reader and author Nadia Attia Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks with script reader, author and BFI Network Talent Executive about a blog she wrote about her thoughts (on diversity, authenticity and more) after reading 400 scripts during Oct 2021.We boiled it down to 5 main points for discussion:What makes a good reader?What readers look forAvoid (or play with) clichés and stereotypesLet us in – and then read the roomDon’t squander the blank pageHere's a link to the original blog https://script-consultant.co.uk/script-reader-feedback-part-5-voice-voiceover-breaking-the-4th-wall-more/Since recording this interview was recorded SERPENT'S TAIL announced the details of Nadia's debut novel VERGE https://www.thebookseller.com/rights/serpents-tail-on-the-verge-of-rollicking-roadtrip-with-attias-debut-novelYou can buy me a cup of coffee & support this independent podcast that I host and produce at https://app.redcircle.com/shows/ae030598-6b83-4001-8a29-5e5dd592ed26/sponsort Please consider leaving a five-star review wherever you get your podcasts if you enjoyed this. It really helps the Britflicks Podcast grow and others to discover it.CreditsIntro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/)Podcast for www.britflicks.com. Written, produced and hosted by Stuart WrightSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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