by Angela Guess Yesterday I shared the first half of my conversation with screenwriter Keith Giglio, author of Writing the Comedy Blockbuster. In part two, Keith and I discuss the importance of stealing, how to break into the industry, and which scripts every aspiring comedy screenwriter should read. LA Screenwriter (LA): You've said, "Professionals create,... Continue Reading →
by Angela Bourassa Keith is a bit of an expert in the field. His book, Writing the Comedy Blockbuster, shares the wisdom he's gained over the years writing for such companies as Paramount, Walt Disney, Universal, Warner Brothers, and Spyglass. Keith, who was named UCLA Extension's Instructor of the Year in 2009, currently teaches screenwriting at... Continue Reading →
I think the one rule of comedy is that things just keep getting worse.
Keith Giglio led a great session at last weekend’s Great American Pitchfest on R-rated comedies.