Script Pipeline Interviews
Script Pipeline Writers
Jackson Sinder (November, 2013) - TBD
--Grand Prize winner of the 2013 Script Pipeline TV Writing Competition.
Morgan von Ancken (October, 2013)
--Grand Prize winner of the 2013 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition.
Haji Outlaw (September, 2013)
--Runner-up of the 2013 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition with "Deadmen."
Jason Vaughn (December, 2012)
--Winner of the 2012 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition. Currently devloping his script "The Synth House Wife" with a producer.
Michael Toay / Travis Mann (November, 2012)
of the 2012 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition with the action
Jason Kaleko (October, 2012)
of the 2012 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition with the comedy
"Hold Up." Jason signed with Pipeline industry partner Benderspink in November 2012.
Andy Demsky (September, 2012)
--Winner of the 2012 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition with the comedy "Totaled."
Marc Samson (November, 2011)
of the 2011 Screenwriting Competition with "I'll Sleep When You're Dead." Marc was a long-time Writers Workshop writer who finally broke through into the contest's top 20 with this intense crime/drama.
Matt Bozin (November, 2011)
of the 2011 Screenwriting Competition with the action/drama "Granite Falls."
Tyler Smith (November, 2011)
--Winner of the 2011 Screenwriting Competition with the animated comedy "Henchman." Tyler found representation and signed with WME in October 2011, only a few months after his contest win.
David Love (November, 2011)
--Winner of the 2011 TV Writing Competition with the comedy pilot "Unorthodox."
Sean Fallon / Charlotte Barrett (August, 2010)
--Script Pipeline Competition finalists Sean Fallon and Charlotte Barrett wrapped production on their feature film Virgin Alexander in July, 2010. Credited in part to their contest placing with another comedy screenplay, the script for "Virgin" garnered interest and the project soon steamrolled into pre-production. The writer/director team shed some light on the writing process, how the script came to be, and what it takes to make an indie film in the current marketplace.
Evan Daugherty (January, 2010)
--In 2008, Evan was selected as one of the four Grand Prize winners of the 6th Annual Script Pimp/Pipeline Screenwriting Competition. After introductions to manager Jake Wagner, Evan went on to sell "Snow White and the Huntsman" to Universal for $3 million, and his contest-winning script "Shrapnel" (aka "Killing Season") was produced and released in 2013. He's since gone on to write the adaptations for "Divergent," "Ninja Turtles," and "GI Joe 3."
Brian Watanabe (April, 2009)
--Brian Watanabe, writer of Rogues Gallery (aka Operation Endgame), a former Script Pimp "Recommend," discussed the
script and its remarkable journey from rough concept, to blind submission, to
eventual sale and production. The film was shot in
Los Angeles and features an ensemble cast including Ving Rhames, Ellen
Barkin, Emilie DeRavin, Rob Corddry, Joe Anderson, Maggie Q, Adam
Scott, Jeffery Tambor, and more.
Jonathon Rosenblum & Justin Merz (March, 2002)
--Writers Jonathon Rosenblum and Justin Merz, whose screenplay Topsiders sold to Dreamworks, chat with Script Pipeline founder Chadwick Clough to discuss the writing process, how their spec screenplay sold to a studio, and other tips and advice for burgeoning screenwriters.
Sean McKittrick (July, 2002)
--Former Script Pipeline consultant, and producer of Donnie Darko, The Box, and World's Greatest Dad, Sean McKittrick talks with SP founder Chadwick Clough on how Donnie Darko made its way to the big screen, as well as an inside look on the process of taking a rough script to a final, produced film. In addition, McKittrick offers tons of suggestions on how an unknown writer can break into the industry.