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Rob Gregory-Browne
Rob Gregory-Browne
Ojai, California USA
Ojai, California USA

A recipient of the prestigious Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences sponsored Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting, Rob Gregory-Browne has optioned and/or developed screen properties for Showtime, Krost-Chapin Productions, Tri-Coast, Silver Pictures, Nu Image and Fox.

His television work includes a stint as staff writer/story editor for the Fox series, Diabolik, and co-writer of several episodes of Fox's Spider-Man Unlimited.

Rob is also a columnist for Screentalk magazine, a WGA member and mentor, and a writing consultant (www.successfulscreenplays.com). He writes, produces and directs the audio series, Hollywood Homicide, and recently formed his own independent production company, Blu Cake Entertainment, to take full advantage of the digital video revolution.

Blu Cake currently has two projects in development -- OTOME SATSU: Murder Girl, a late-night television series in the tradition of Asian Pulp Cinema, and the feature film, Number Five.

When Rob isn't writing, he's either shooting test footage with his GL-1, editing on his favorite NLE and sound app, Vegas Video 3, or firing up his Soundblaster Audigy card to create beautiful music with his EMU SoundFonts....

In his spare time, Rob even manages to get some sleep.





Articles by Rob Gregory-Browne

Indie Film & Documentary
Building Your House: A lesson in building a script

Building Your House: A lesson in building a script

Noted screenwriter, Rob Gregory-Browne compares writing a screenplay to building a house. ''You can't build a house without a solid foundation and you can't build a solid foundation without a foolproof set of plans.'' In this article, Rob gives CreativeCOW members tips on building your screenplay.

Tutorial
Rob Gregory-Browne
Indie Film & Documentary
Anatomy of a Logline

Anatomy of a Logline

Noted screenwriter, Rob Gregory-Browne gives CreativeCOW members tips for creating a logline for your freshly written script. Learn how to 'sell' that script and how to submit it. This is the second in a Screenwriters series here at the Cow and is offered as part of our new Screenwriters forum here at the COW.

Tutorial
Rob Gregory-Browne
Indie Film & Documentary
Creating Characters that Jump off the Page

Creating Characters that Jump off the Page

Noted screenwriter, Rob Gregory-Browne gives CreativeCOW members tips for creating characters that live to an audience. Rob discusses ways to make your characters believable. This is the first in a Screenwriters series here at the Cow and is offered as part of our new Screenwriters forum here at the COW.

Tutorial
Rob Gregory-Browne
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