How to Get Into a Writer's Room (and What to Do When You're There) w Sarah LaBrie - Just Shoot It 226
Just Shoot It: A Podcast about Filmmaking, Screenwriting and Directing
Sarah LaBrie talks with us about putting in the hours to become a writer on shows like Love, Victor and upcoming HBO Max series Made For Love. Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help support the show.Send feedback or questions to @justshootitpod or firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow Matt on twitter and instagram.Follow Oren on twitter and instagram.Wanna be on the show? Call us with a question at (262) 6-SHOOT-1, and we’ll air your voicemail on the show.Show your support: rate and review us on iTunes. apple.co/2fl9ojySee who our guests are a week early on our instagram @JustshootItPodMusic was provided by the free music archive and by Jahzzar.Each week on Just Shoot It we interview your directors, screenwriters, editors, cinematographers, and actors, and learn how they became successful, working content creators. We’ll share tips and stories of how people in the entertainment industry forced their ways into sustainable careers. We’re all about getting off your butt and making your own videos.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Dave & Bev will air a awesome Conversation they had with Sarah Labriel on the KPRD Morning Show! Hear what's going on with their ministry in Ecuador!Hear how the church plant is going, a man who needs Jesus to pray for and how we can be praying for Carlos!
S01-E07 - Interview with Roxana Preciado; book recommendations from Cody Sisco, Sarah LaBrie, and Irene Yoon; and Shannon's top picks for Pride month literary events
Jump start your summer with reading recommendations from Cody Sisco, Sarah LaBrie, and Irene Yoon. After that, Cody sits down with Roxana Preciado, to talk about her writing process and her incredible triumphs in the face of adversity. Finally, June is Pride Month, and Shannon Eagen has selected some great events focused on LGBTQ authors for you to attend in the next two weeks.
S01-E04 - Interview with Lynelle George; Sarah LaBrie, Rachelle Yousuf, Irene Yoon, and Cody Sisco chat about books, and Shannon Eagen previews late-April events
For Episode 4, Cody, Sarah, Irene, and Rachelle gathered to chat about struggling to finish books, the nature of time and space, and escaping the LA bubble. Cody then sat down with local author and journalist Lynell George, author of After/Image: Los Angeles Outside the Frame to discuss the importance of place and community in the arts. And finally, Shannon is back to guide you through events coming up in the final two weeks of the month.
S01-E03 - Interview with author Patrick Nathan, Sarah LaBrie and Cody Sisco chat about books, and Shannon Eagen previews April events
To kick things off, Cody Sisco does a lighting round book roundup with Sarah Labrie. After that, Cody interviews rising literary star Patrick Nathan, whose debut novel, Some Hell, was a New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice, and is a 2019 Lamdba Literary Award finalist. Finally, BookSwell Contributor Shannon Eagen is here to give a roundup of some of the "can't miss" events for lit fans that are looking to support underrepresented voices in our crowded literary scene.
S01-E02 - Rachelle Yousuf joins co-hosts Cody Sisco, Irene Yoon, Dan Lopez, Sarah LaBrie
We're back for Episode 2! Cody Sisco is joined once again by Irene Yoon, Sarah LaBrie, and Dan Lopez. Rachelle Yousuf is our latest addition to the Intersections crew. In this episode, they confess to skipping events to stay home and read, turning away from literary fiction, and admiring local authors who truly capture the spirit of Los Angeles in their work.
S01-E01 - First episode! Introducing co-hosts Cody Sisco, Irene Yoon, Dan Lopez, and Sarah LaBrie
For our first episode, BookSwell’s Managing Editor Cody Sisco sat down with Director of the LA Review of Books/USC Publishing workshop Irene Yoon, professional book club facilitator Sarah Labrie, and local author/bookseller Dan Lopez. This week they address the best events they’ve been to recently, the March events they can’t wait for, and underrepresented authors finding mainstream audiences.