The guest on this episode of 3rd & Fairfax, the official podcast of the Writers Guild of America is Krysy Wilson-Cairns who co-wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay for 1917. She also was a staff writer for the series Penny Dreadful and wrote the upcoming film Last Night in Soho.
On this edition of 3rd and Fairfax, the official podcast of the Writers Guild of America, the guests are the co-creators of the Comedy Central series, The Other Two, Chris Kelly (who wrote for Saturday Night Live for seven years, as well as the series, Broad City, and the film Other People) and Sarah Schneider (whose credits include writing for SNL for seven years.)
The title for this week’s Al Franken podcast with guest Lawrence O’Donnell is pretty funny – “MSNBC’s Second Most Popular Host.” Franken describes the show this way, very simply – “Lawrence O’Donnell – Son of Dorchester, West Wing writer, Moynihan Senate Staff director – tears Trump and CNN a new one.” It's a very enjoyable, interesting show, made all the more fun as Al keep giving O'Donnell good-natured grief throughout.
On this edition of 3rd and Fairfax, the official podcast of the Writers Guild of America, the guest is screenwriter Charles Randolph whose credits include The Big Short (for which he won an Oscar for co-writing) and Love & Other Drugs. This week, he talks about his new film Bombshell, about the “Fox News” sex scandal that ended Roger Ailes’ career.
On this edition of 3rd and Fairfax, the official podcast of the Writers Guild of America, the guest is actor Shia LaBoeuf who wrote the semi-autobiographical film Honey Boy, based on his difficult relationship with his father – and he co-stars in the movie as his father.
The guest on this week's 3rd and Fairfax pocast from the Writers Guild of America is writer-director-actor Edward Norton who talks about his career and current film, the excellent Motherless Brooklyn for which he wore all three hats, writing, directing and starring in .
On this week's 3rd & Fairfax podcast from the Writers Guild of America, the guest is screenwriter Scott Z. Burns whose works include Contagion, The Bourne Ultimatum, and The Informant! He also talks about his two new films this year, both based on true stories: the recently released The Laundromat for Netflix which stars Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Andtonio Banderas, directed by Steve Soderbergh, and the upcoming The Report.for Amazon Studios, for which he makes his feature directing debut, starring Adam Driver, Annette Benning and John Hamm.
On this week's 3rd & Fairfax, the official podcast of the Writers Guild of America, we have a recording of the WGA event, "Sublime Primetime". The was a roundtable panel discussion that spotlighted this year’s Emmy-nominated writers for comedy, drama, and limited series. It was recorded at the Writers Guild Theater on August 21.
The guest on this week's 3rd & Fairfax, the official podcast of the Writers Guild of America is Tim Doyle, who created the series The Kids Are Alright. His career includes working on the staff for such shows as Last Man Standing, Speechless, The Big Bang Theory, Rules of Engagement, Ellen (the sitcom, not the talk show...) and Roseanne, among many others.
The guest on this week's 3rd & Fairfax podcast is comedy writer Liz Feldman, who created the new Netflix series, Dead to Me, has also written for such series as 2 Broke Girls, The Great Indoors and the talk show Ellen. She talks here, in part, about blurring the lines between comedy and drama on her new show.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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