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The Comedy Eye
Follow Garry Marshall career from standup and radio to the Fonz, Mork, Laverne, Shirley, and that wacky odd couple.
His Machiavellian Godfather
Peter Straughan makes an offer that America can’t refuse: Wolf Hall.
William Goldman and the Screenwriting Kids
Generations honed their craft studying the most influential screenwriter in film history.
Read the complete Feb./March 2015 issue.
A 12-year-old Boyhood graduates to the big screen, and Richard Linklater couldn’t be prouder.
Start Me Up
How Mick Jagger found satisfaction in a screenplay, then produced it.
Elegy for a Data Liberator
Brian Knappenberger documents the tragic demise of Internet wunderkind Aaron Swartz.
Read the complete Jan. issue.
The Eyes Have It
Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski endure a decade in blind pursuit of Big Eyes.
Out of the Woods
James Lapine earns the right to live happily ever after.
Winnie Holzman and Irene Mecchi share the wealth on how they staged Wicked and The Lion King.
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Their Stellar Odyssey
When spacecraft collide with writing craft, Christopher and Jonathan Nolan go Interstellar.
Knocking on Hell’s Door
The wild Nightcrawler ride of Dan Gilroy. If it bleeds, it leads.
Sarah Treem looks both ways before crossing The Affair.
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Being Mara Brock Akil
The visionary behind Being Mary Jane leads the charge for women’s writes.
It’s no mystery why Andrew W. Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller can maintain romantic intrigue in Castle.
Never Say Die
It required Margaret Nagle’s extraordinary stamina to bring to life The Good Lie and Red Band Society.
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The clock is on for 24’s ninth season of Jack Bauer’s pursuit.
With Penny Dreadful, John Logan finds new genres to conquer and old monsters to tame.
Dance the Orange
Jenji Kohan is no wallflower quietly observing Orange Is the New Black. She’s running the show.
Read the complete April/May 2014 issue.
Pride & Racial Prejudice
Misan Sagay transforms a haunting 18th-century portrait into Belle.
In the Soup
Crafting political satire with Veep’s Armando Iannucci and his irreverent pack.
What Do You Want to Do, Paddy?
Legendary screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky attempted only one television pilot. Here’s why.