21 – Meredith Burkholder – “In webseries you can tell your own story”

21 – Meredith Burkholder – “In webseries you can tell your own story” Episode Summary Berlin Webfest founder and specialist of webseries Meredith…

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20 – Donna Sharpe – “Finding the human beating heart at the center of it all”

20 – Donna Sharpe – “Finding the human beating heart at the center of it all” Episode Summary Donna Sharpe, a British writer living in Berlin, tells us…

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19 – Cyril Deydier & Marine Lachenaud – Writing for animation

19 – Cyril Deydier & Marine Lachenaud – Writing for animation Episode Summary Did you know that France produces 40% of all European animated series? We talk…

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18 – How to make it as a TV writer

18 – How to make it as a TV writer Episode Summary To celebrate the first year of this podcast, we had a great chat live on Youtube with three special guests: Jana…

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17 – How to write a pitch document

17 – How to write a pitch document Episode Summary Pierre shares his take on how to tackle writing a decent series concept presentation, and we also go over the infamous…

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16 – Frank Spotnitz – “The TV industry in Europe is fundamentally different than in Hollywood”

16 – Frank Spotnitz – “The TV industry in Europe is fundamentally different than in Hollywood” Episode Summary Frank Spotnitz, American showrunner in…

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“Euro-pudding” is a generally a derogatory expression for movies and series that feel fake and fabricated only for co-productions and financial reasons, sometimes with a mediocre globalized English.

We want to reclaim that silly word and prove that we can create fantastic television in Europe, by working together.

We highlight the writers’ side of the business, interview key players of the television landscape, talk in detail about our craft, showcase writers, be present at the major festivals, and imagine how we can all come together to make the best television possible.

EURO PUDDING invites producers, commissioners, and everyone interested, inside the mind of screenwriters. We’ll listen to how we work, what we need and how the entire industry could change for the better.

For any comments or suggestions, please write us at info@europudding.com

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