Behind the Screen: Getting to Know Dan Pyne

Writer and director Dan Pyne was honored in 2003-2004 with UCLA’s Hunter/Zakin chair in screenwriting, and is a Sundance Institute Labs writing mentor. “Pacific Heights” was Pyne’s first produced feature film. His screen directorial debut, “Where’s Marlowe?” was distributed by Paramount Classics in 1999. His re-adaptation of Richard Condon’s “The Manchurian Candidate,” directed by Jonathan […]

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Monthly Screenwriting Tips: THAT’S THE TICKET!

Who has never been pulled over for a traffic violation? Believe it or not, the way you respond can reveal a lot about your chances for screenwriting success. Read on to learn why appearances — in movies and in real life — are not important. That is to say they are not merely important. They […]

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