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Chicks Who Script Podcast

By Chicks Who Script

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Description

Chicks Who Script is a podcast about screenwriting and film related topics. We focus on women's voices in the industry, but we welcome all voices on our show.

Customer Reviews

A Much Needed Perspective

Being a screenwriting podcast junkie I subscribe to everyone and this is the first where actual inspiration and influence for their writing shines through. I realized that was what really separated this show from the others. Being a white guy continuously listening to similar white guys dissecting a VASTLY white guy dominated industry is just useless to any real creativity. These women provide truly honest discussions about their process and their thoughts on the reality of the business they are trying to break into. I would definitely recommend subscribing to them, especially if you are a white guy who “writes what you know” because this will actually make you learn about life outside of narrow privilege and make your writing and filmmaking overall so much better. Great show!

Okay…hope it gets better

Good: The first podcast was featured a guest Ashley Perryman Quach who wrote - what seems to be - a very well researched script about soldiers, trauma, with a deeply troubled protagonist. When Quach gets a chance to speak, her insights into research, interviewing, and choices made in writing are delivered with great insight and authority.
Bad: I say, “when Quach gets a chance to speak”, because there’s a lot of giggling and cross-talk going on. Having listened to the 2nd podcast as well, this seems to continue. You could probably set a timer from one group giggle to the next and it will clock in at 45 second intervals. At times, it becomes a rambling and fragmented conversation that breaks up interesting threads of thought from the interviewee and I kept thinking “just let her talk, please”. If there were only the interviewer and the subject, not three people being recorded, the effect would probably be different.
As the podcast continues, I am guessing (hoping) this gets bled out of the format. However the microphones are picking up the sound makes interruptions and laughter really intrusive and shrill.

Audio Needs to Improve

As another listener stated, the audio/background/cross-talk/echo/giggling is very distracting. Trying to keep up with the changes in volume is a challenge. Really want to listen but too many distractions. Will check back later in hopes that the sound has improved.

Chicks Who Script Podcast
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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