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NYC Screenwriters Collective Message Board › The Hollywood Reporter TV Writers Roundtable

The Hollywood Reporter TV Writers Roundtable

A former member
Post #: 136
Matthew Weiner, Vince Gilligan, Aaron Sorkin on Job Pressures, Embarrassing Sex Scenes, Fear of Failure:

David N.
Group Organizer
New York, NY
Post #: 701
A fantastic series every year. They don't seem to be releasing the full video until they get enough mileage out of there clips.
A former member
Post #: 139
There you go:­
Victoria A.
Astoria, NY
Post #: 29
Bless you Kika!

Nothing is more reassuring than to hear Aaron Sorkin admit how terrified he is all the time about his writing. Or to hear Vince Gilligan worry if his writing is "good enough." All these guys are at the top of their field and they're quaking in their boots.

And here I thought it was just me who's so nervous about television writing.
A former member
Post #: 140
I am with you on that, Victoria.

I loved how Gillian said "Finally, you get it right, and you’re like, “Wow, how the hell am I ever going to do that again?” That’s what it feels like."
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