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A Conversation with Scott Alexander & Larry Karazsewski

Austin Film Festival's On Story Podcast

Release Date: 05/19/2021

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Austin Film Festival's On Story Podcast

This week on On Story we’ll hear from three-time Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, producer, playwright John Logan, about his journey from writing for the stage to the screen. Producer Barbara Morgan, spoke with Logan about his incredible journey on a panel at the Austin Film Festival.

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This week on On Story we’ll hear from the filmmakers behind The Outpost. The film, which stars Scott Eastwood and Orlando Bloom, was adapted from Jake Tapper’s book The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor which follows the story of a team of American soldiers as they valiantly work together to survive behind enemy lines. The panel included writers Eric Johnson and Paul Tamasy, director Rod Lurie, and producer Paul Merryman.

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This week on On Story we’ll hear from Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. Alexander & Karaszewski are a screenwriting duo, best known for their unusual biopics with larger-than-life characters. Producer Barry Josephson spoke with Alexander & Karaszewski at a panel at the Austin Film Festival.

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Hello podcast listeners, I’m Barbara Morgan and you’re listening to Austin Film Festival’s On Story. This week on On Story we’ll hear from Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. Alexander & Karaszewski are a screenwriting duo, best known for their unusual biopics with larger-than-life characters. Their film credits include: The People vs. Larry Flynt, American Crime Story: THE PEOPLE V. O.J. SIMPSON, and Ed Wood. Their first commercial success was 1990’s Problem Child, which later spawned two sequels. In 1994 they released the biographical dramedy Ed Wood which was directed by Tim Burton and won two Academy Awards. Their first foray into television was American Crime Story: THE PEOPLE V. O.J. SIMPSON, a true crime anthology drama based on the O. J. Simpson  murder trial. The show went on to win nine Primetime Emmys after it aired on FX in 2016, with Alexander and Karaszewski nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special. Producer Barry Josephson spoke with Alexander & Karaszewski at a panel at the Austin Film Festival.

 

Clips of Problem Child courtesy of Universal City Studios & Imagine Entertainment

Clips of Ed Wood courtesy of Touchstone Pictures & The Walt Disney Company

Clips of The People vs. Larry Flynt courtesy of Columbia Pictures Industries

Clips of American Crime Story courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation & FX

Clips of Man on the Moon courtesy of Universal Pictures