The Hidden Tools Of Writing Comedy – Steve Kaplan [FULL INTERVIEW] Posted on May 29, 2019May 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Manhar Seth sad Hindi poetry || The social house||Whatsapp StatusWhich Countries Have The Best Education? 36 thoughts on “The Hidden Tools Of Writing Comedy – Steve Kaplan [FULL INTERVIEW]” Just keep bull shiting your way through it Reply Dude, you are just wrong Reply Thank you for making this available. Reply Thank you Steven Kaplan. I just bought your books. Amazing advise. Very unique and unusual. Love it Reply wow this is so amazing, I had to take notes, very helpful. I am not really writing comedy but I was curious, I think this guy is a genius and so genuine and generous to share his vast knowledge. thank you so much. Reply 21:50 That cat has great comedic timing Reply thats a nice chair. i like it. i want it. Reply Another great interview on Film Courage. I love hearing Kaplan talk. His book is sure to be another from Film Courage interviewees that I'll be buying. Reply i wanna hear more from that cat Reply Wow! The best interview I've heard so far, so interesting and informative. Steve, I could have sat and listened to you all day, but as a new writer I have to crack on. Wish you ran workshops in Cardiff UK, I'd sign up in a heart beat. Reply This is a great interview that's actually giving me a lot of insight on how to tackle my story ideas. Reply this wad my teacher Reply 1:10:00 Summary: Who you know, not what you know in this industry. Classic. Reply I'm sat here trying to write my time travel comedy and all I can say is there are some real pearls of wisdom. Reply Anyone taken the intensive with Steve in LA? Seems like this interview goes over most of the points… Reply Chingo be hating Reply Wow, that was graphic !Great interview¡ Reply My mind is being blown about the Art of movies. Acting, screenwriting and all. I love it all. So raw! Reply AWESOME!! Reply First saw Steve in LA @ the Screenwriters Conference. Great stuff from a great guy. Reply brilliant! Reply I love this guy. He seems so knowledgable. And more than that- he's eager and willing to share his wisdom with such joy. 🙂 Reply Steve is strong , he knows the truth about Comedy. Reply One day i will be saying that i had been seeing a great youtube channel called Film Courage to learn about film making. Reply I really like this channel! Reply What an honest, entertaining and insightful interview, I like Steve. Great channel! Thank you. Reply This is wonderful information that I have paid for in my own path toward comedy. Reply @ElenaDiaz What is the timecode? Number 2 is Michael Hauge. Off of memory, Number 3 might be Christopher Vogler. Reply Great advice, well worth a watch. Reply Thanks Steve! Great pointers and great insights into the inner workings of comedy. You helped me see why some of my comedy scenes worked, why others didn't and what principals I could employ to make them all work. Reply LOL…the cat had perfect timing Reply Master class in writing comedy. Steve really understands what really drives great comedy. Reply This was a super insightful interview and such an interesting guy. He says a lot of stuff that I thought about myself but I've never heard it come from someone else. It's nice to know that you're not the only one, it's very encouraging. I love all of the stuff that you guys are doing, it's very much appreciated because it's necessary. Reply Thanks for sharing!! Reply Love it, many thanks! Reply Raw talent! 😀 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.