July 10, 2007
Screenwriter Fantasy Camp — Hollywood and the midwest plains are 15-hundred miles apart, but one man is trying to bring the two a little closer together. (read more)
June 27, 2007
The spotlight is on Lew and the Superior Screenwriting Colony:
Writer brings a little Hollywood to Nebraska, by Dennis Kellogg
Summer 2007, Silent City Magazine in Omaha, Lew Hunter: From Guide Rock to Screenwriting Guru, by Matt Goodlett
Excerpt: “I don't think you should really even consider yourself a screenwriter until you've got four to six [scripts] that you're happy with,” Hunter said.
Pamela said, “Oliver Stone wrote 20 scripts before he made a shuckle as a screenwriter. And I say that not to discourage but to encourage.”
Still, Hunter gushes over the talent some of his students possess and genuinely seems interested in seeing them succeed.
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- Dig in West and the Gang, by James Delmont
- The Middle of Everywhere, excerpted from Lew’s Blog, Odds, Ends, Evens on Screenwriting and the Meaning of Life!
- A Mentor for All Seasons, by Sally J. Walker (Interview in MOVIESCOPE Magazine, Winter 2007)
- JournalStar.com, Screenwriting, by Lew Hunter, by Matthew Hansen (July 24, 2004)