This is the next post in a series of interviews with writers who have had their first films, web series, television assignment, etc. make it to the big or small or computer screen. It is an effort to find out what their journey was to their initial success.
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Next up: an interview with Q. Allan Brocka, writer of the Eating Out series
Allan Brocka is best known as the creator of the award winning stop-motion animated series RICK & STEVE THE HAPPIEST GAY COUPLE IN ALL THE WORLD which aired two seasons on MTV’s Logo Network and in 20 other countries. He is also the writer and director of the award-winning feature films BOY CULTURE and EATING OUT.
His other credits include the Sky UK reality series PORNO VALLEY (director), the documentary CAMP MICHAEL JACKSON (director), the feature film NOAH’S ARC: JUMPING THE BROOM (story) and THE BIG GAY SKETCH SHOW (staff writer).
He recently adapted the best-selling children’s novel THE CANDYMAKERS for the big screen.
What is the name of your first screenplay that was produced?