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Tamir

Location:

Los Angeles, CA
Hometown: Los Angeles

Member since:

September 10, 2012

What are your goals as a writer?

Probably the same as any other writer out there. To have my work improve with every piece that I write. To never stop writing and challenge myself with each new project. I like working in different mediums(theater, TV, Short and long format films, and comic books) because while story is always essentially the methods that one utilizes in each format can drastically differ. And that makes sitting down and cracking how to tell a story exciting. Oh yeah, to actually get something produced is really the main goal. Till then writing until that breakthrough piece arrives

What genre(s) do you write for, and are you a tv or feature writer (or both)?

I love comedy and that's seems to be my strongest "genre". I'm better at writing for TV than film but I do like both. I do like to experiment with genre. What's the line between a comedy and a dark comedy? A dark comedy and an "extreme" comedy. I dabble in sci-fi, crime and the fantastic but filter these types of tales through the absurd. Looking to bounce material off of others and see what works universally and individually,

Introduction

Film and TV writer that's produced short films, a web series episode & a few one act plays. Currently working on a pilot, a few specs, a feature & a comic book. Looking to give&receive feedback to writers serious about writing and honing their craft.

What Tamir is saying about this Meetup Group

Here's the link for The Animation episodes, you'll also find drama and sitcom scripts if you look to the upper left https://sites.google.com/site/tvwriting/us-animation


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