Neil Landau, author of TV Writing on Demand: Creating Great Content in the Digital Era; co-screenwriter of Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead (with episode 17 guest Tara Ison); and Assistant Dean, Special Programs and Associate Director, MFA Screenwriting – Writing for Television with the UCLA School of Film & Television, sat down with me to share the movies that made him. Join us, as we discuss incorrigible optimism, real-life fictional father figures, uncertainty ever after, and poking bears.
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