The Coronavirus Writers’ Room (Day 1)

Not sure which blog to put this on … but … here’s how the sausage is made! 🙂

Screenwriting from Iowa

NOTE: Starting today, I’m going to try a little experiment. I’m calling it the Coronavirus Writers’ Room. I don’t mean to downplay the seriousness of the deadly situation around the world. But this is just one way to creatively process all the information coming at us. And in the spirit of books I’ve read where an older writer has a conversation with a younger writer, I bring you a small writers room of just two people that I’ll just call OLD PRODUCER (OP) and YOUNG WRITER (YW). They’re not fully formed characters, so don’t be surprised if they morph some in the coming days. And it’s not really a writers’ room—it’s all done online using Skype or Zoom to keep with social distancing practices.

Their goal is see how to turn this events of the coronavirus into a movie, tv, or streaming/online script. I imagine something like this is going…

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5 Responses to The Coronavirus Writers’ Room (Day 1)

  1. moviefanman says:

    Clever concept, looks cool.

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  2. I liked this. Witty and clever.

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