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Aline Brosh McKenna joins John and Craig for a conversation about what writers mean by a “voice,” and how it develops.
For some screenwriters, their voice develops long before their craft, leading people to label them as “promising” even though the scripts themselves are a mess. Other writers get all the technical stuff right from the start, but have a hard time finding something distinctive about how they write.
From there, we segue into a look at three new Three Page Challenges, easily our most contentious session yet, with wildly split opinions.
All this and Craig’s confession in the new episode of Scriptnotes.
- Aline Brosh McKenna on IMDb, and her first appearance on Scriptnotes
- Spy: The Funny Years
- Recitative on Wikipedia
- Three pages by James Topham
- Three pages by Cheryl Laughlin
- Three pages by Chris Vieira
- OUTRO: Robot Love by some youth ministry conference
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UPDATE 2-17-13: The transcript of this episode can be found here.