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  • by — February 3, 2013

    From John August comes the news of a new, updated version of the font we all know and love: Courier is now Courier PRIME! Check it out (and download it for free) from John August’s website…and be sure to listen to his podcast, for it is most informative.

  • Topic Alumni News,
    by — January 26, 2013

    Cohort I (Class of 2012′s) Amber Yoder has won 1st prize in Script Pipeline’s “Great Idea” contest in the TV Show category. In addition to the cash prize, her animated pitch “Simon Says” will be shopped around to several production companies for possible development. Amber is a member of the WGA’s digital caucus, and is [...]

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    by — January 22, 2013

    Back at Steiner. Poor Josh coughed once, now nobody seems to want to sit next to him.

  • by — January 13, 2013

    So many of us have had this day marked on our calendars: the day we’d finish the shoot. We were looking forward to finally getting through this phase – but now that it’s arrived, we’re going to miss doing it. (Isn’t that always the case?) This shoot was by turns exciting, frustrating, educational, exhausting and rewarding. Among [...]

  • by — January 12, 2013

    A full wrap-up of this joyous and hellish week is forthcoming after I become coherent again. Until then, please enjoy a photo of our camera team at work. Production causes strange changes in people…  

  • by — January 10, 2013

    This was probably our most beastly day yet, as evidenced by the fact that I’m only posting this after waking up… The call was late (started at 1 PM) so you just KNEW that things were going to go late. Combine that with the very ambitious schedule, and there you are: everyone home by 3 [...]

  • by — January 8, 2013

    And Lo, there appeared in Brooklyn a great and mighty TV show crew, who not one day earlier had not a clue as to how all this stuff was supposed to work. Yet verily did they cascade their persons and their gear and their craft services upon the streets, specifically a Brownstone in Bed-Stuy for [...]

  • by — January 8, 2013

    Shooting Day 1. Over. We froze our writerly tails off this morning, despite the promise of “warmer” weather than last week. Yeah, right. It was cold. The biggest thing I think people learn on shooting sets is just how LONG everything takes, a lesson that was driven home today. Depending on your position, you are [...]

  • by — January 7, 2013

    And it begins… It’s production time for Cohort II! On Monday, we begin principal photography on our pilot presentation for Exposure, the hour-long drama we have written as a group over the last year and a half. The show follows a group of five spot-news photographers who are brought together through tragedy in our 15 minute [...]

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