Here’s the Recap:
Claire Duffy has worked as a screenwriter for over a decade and has loved films ever since she was a child. Her passion in movies led her to attend drama school and study directing. Later in life she worked in theatre in London and then attended film school in Vancouver. Now she is pursuing a new form of expression – podcasting. Her podcast, Women of Hollywood Land explores women in films from the 1910 and 1920’s and Claire couldn’t be more perfect for this new role.
I was fortuitous enough to find her via Twitter and I’m excited to share her story and what you can expect to hear on Women of Hollywood Land.
What We Covered:
- 04:58 – The first time she considered screenwriting as a career path
- 06:51 – Looking back at her journey on becoming a screenwriter
- 08:45 – Her earliest movie memory
- 11:13 – How her fascination with films started
- 13:54 – The first screenplay she wrote while at film school and the start of her blog
- 15:35 – How she got the idea to start her podcast, Women of Hollywood Land
- 17:19 – Her passion for female dominated films and filmmakers
- 19:01 – Her “ready, set, go” approach with things
- 20:51 – Where she went for information to get her podcast up and running
- 24:21 – How her podcast is being received
- 29:06 – Where she grew up and where she’d like her ashes to be scattered
- 31:11 – The first podcast she ever heard
- 31:45 – The intimacy of podcasting
- 33:48 – The Sleep With Me Podcast and what she finds interesting about podcasting
- 35:21 – Lost Hollywood films
- 38:25 – What to expect down the road with Women of Hollywood Land
- 40:07 – Other early Hollywood podcasts and what makes hers different
- 42:02 – What she’s changed her mind about recently
- 43:35 – The one most misunderstood thing about her
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