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Episode 21: Wanting It

What's my biggest psychological obstacle to making this film?  Let's dive into my psyche, shall we? But first, a link:  The Little Theatre of Alexandria's page for "Rumors" - come see me act  And you can listen to this episode here! And here's the script to this...

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Episode 20: Greed is good: Business models

Let's find out all about business models, shall we?  Let's go! But first, a couple links:  Path of the Beast - a no-budget Bigfoot movie The Little Theatre of Alexandria's page for "Rumors" - come see me act  And you can listen to this episode here! And here's the...

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Episode 19: Are you talking to me? Feedback!

Today we're talking script feedback.  Where to get it, how to survive it, what to do with it, and how to give it.  But first, some links, lots of links this time! Women in Film and Video - a great DC-area organization for filmmakers. The Little Theatre of Alexandria's...

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Episode 18: We’re gonna need a bigger script

This week it's all about the script. What kind of script? What's the story? What's the process? You can listen to it here: Or you can read the script for this episode: Hi, this is Joe Dzikiewicz, and welcome to the Storylanes Podcast, the podcast where I tell the...

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Welcome to season 2: Let’s make a movie!

Season 2 is going to be entirely different than Season 1. Season 1 was all about analyzing screenplays. In Season 2, we're going to take all that we learned and use it to make an independent feature. So come along for the ride! See the ups and downs of a first-time...

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The Storylanes Podcast gives a screenwriter’s point of view of the structure of the screenplay of movies and TV shows.  Each episode does a deep-dive analysis of one movie or show, examining how the story is structured and how al the elements come together to create the story.

Each episode also includes a chart of the scenes and other key elements of the script.  You’ll find those charts here, along with the scripts of the episodes themselves.