PODCAST: Demystifying The Writing Process With Acclaimed Screenwriter Bryan Hill

There is perhaps no greater asset for any filmmaker to possess than a mastery of the craft of screenwriting. And joining me today to discuss all things screenwriting, is none other than Bryan Hill – An incredibly accomplished & superbly talented writer who has worked not only in film & television, but in the world of comic books as well.

Some highlights of Bryan’s TV & Film career include: ASH vs. THE EVIL DEAD and TITANS, as well as comics like BATMAN AND THE OUTSIDERS, MICHAEL CRAY and AMERICAN CARNAGE. Currently, Bryan is developing a micro-budget feature of his own, which naturally made him a perfect guest for the show. Over the course of our discussion, Bryan details his early days in the business, how he honed his skills as a writer over time, what his process looks like now, why he chose to make the leap into independent content creation, and so much more. This is a must listen for any filmmaker out there looking to sharpen their writing abilities and tell better stories.

This is Episode 75: Demystifying The Writing Process With Acclaimed Screenwriter Bryan Hill

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About Author

Noam Kroll is an award-winning Los Angeles based filmmaker, and the founder of the boutique production house, Creative Rebellion. His work can be seen at international film festivals, on network television, and in various publications across the globe. Follow Noam on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for more content like this!


  • Antonio

    What an amazing episode. Thanks man!

  • That interview made me think about watching my inspiration films unlimitedtime til i get a good grasp of it! Thank you!

  • B

    Really nice interview!

  • Manuel

    You were right Noam. This was one of your best conversations. I learnt a lot from it such as:

    1. How to revise your drafts while writing new pages
    2. Write your own versions of a film scene
    3. What and study one film as many times as you can
    4. Create a theme before diving into the plot

    Thanks for sharing

    • Thanks for the feedback! Glad you enjoyed this one, Manuel.


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