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This is a transcript of SYS 464 – How Crypto and NFTS Will Change The Film Business Forever.

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This week we have a very special episode of Selling Your Screenplay.

To end the year, your host, Writer/Director Ashley Scott Meyers talks about all things Crypto and NFT’s. He is the first filmmaker to release every frame of his feature The Rideshare Killer (2022) as an NFT.

Ashley Scott Meyers covers all the pros and cons of Crypto and NFT’s, including the risk of fraud, lack of oversight and the FTX scandal. The benefits, being an unregulated system and much lower cost per transactions.

What is the future of Crypto and NFT’s, and how can these tools be helpful to filmmakers and other artists? This episode explores all of that.

The podcast is available in iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher (for Android users), the Windows Marketplace, and the Blackberry store or you can simply listen to it or watch it right from my blog.

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This is a transcript of SYS 463 – Making Taurus (Colson Baker, Megan Fox) With Tim Sutton.

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This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with filmmaker Tim Sutton.

They talk about Taurus (2022), a movie about a music star struggling with fame starring rock star Colson Baker (Machine Gun Kelly), Megan Fox and Ruby Rose. Tim Sutton is the Writer/Director of the movie, a modern take on A Star Is Born.

Topics also include how he approaches working on higher and lower budgets over the years.

The podcast is available in iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher (for Android users), the Windows Marketplace, and the Blackberry store or you can simply listen to it or watch it right from my blog.

You can also read a transcript of this episode.

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This is a transcript of SYS 462 – CSI: How To Write True Crime With Jennifer Dornbush .

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This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Author Jennifer Dornbush.

From a very young age Jennifer Dornbush was exposed to True Crime and the Forensic’s world as a daughter of a medical examiner. Jennifer Dornbush is the author of Forensic Speak: How To Write Realistic Crime Dramas, a guide book for writers to get these details right.

They talk about the balance between being true to reality and the need to write entertaining stories. This is sure to be a helpful interview for authors and screenwriters, so dig in.

The podcast is available in iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher (for Android users), the Windows Marketplace, and the Blackberry store or you can simply listen to it or watch it right from my blog.

You can also read a transcript of this episode.

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This is a transcript of SYS 461 – The Friendship Game With Scooter Corkle .

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This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Director Scooter Corkle. They talk about The Friendship Game (2022), the Sci-Fi, Horror movie Directed by Scooter Corkle which stars Peyton List.

Other topics include how Bella Thorne was originally cast for the movie, how he as a director works with screenwriters during the pre-production process and how Scooter Corkle got his start by working as a grip and in the camera department.

The podcast is available in iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher (for Android users), the Windows Marketplace, and the Blackberry store or you can simply listen to it or watch it right from my blog.

You can also read a transcript of this episode.

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This is a transcript of SYS 460 – Working With Rian Johnson on Knives Out With Noah Segan .

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This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Actor/Writer/Director Noah Segan.

Our guest Noah Segan talks about how working with Rian Johnson as an actor in Brick (2005) and Knives Out (2019) has helped him with his career as a filmmaker as well.

They talk about the movie Blood Relatives (2022) which Noah Segan starred in and wrote and directed. Topics also include how this story was unique for the vampire Horror genre and what led him to write the script.

The podcast is available in iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher (for Android users), the Windows Marketplace, and the Blackberry store or you can simply listen to it or watch it right from my blog.

You can also read a transcript of this episode.

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