Scott Brown – Stockholm, Blue Movies (6 million views) talks about Story Structure and Making a Living on the Web

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Streamy nominated writer/ director Scott Brown’s web series Blue Movies has gained over 6 million views on and Virgin Airlines.  Scott directed the dramatic web series Asylum, which was acquired by BET digital for a 2nd season and was the director/editor of online content for the Spike TV’s Blue Mountain State . He is currently a producer/director on HULU’s  Larry King Now and has a new web series Stockholm, a dark comedy about a kidnapped woman who discovers something unexpected in the dark basement of an insane, yet captivating serial killer.

What lead you to create your first web series, Blue Movies, a PG-13 show about the number two porn company fighting to be number one?

I started making sketches with friends and putting them on YouTube. A friend said, ‘Hey, I have a friend with a studio in the Valley. It has a ton of sets like a grocery store, a hospital, an old vaudeville set. ’ Turned out it was a porn studio. The owner had been buying up old Paramount sets to eventually shoot his own feature, but in the meantime he was filming porn.  That inspired me to write Blue Movies, which we shot in that studio.

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Tai Fauci & Patrick Breen – Whole Day Down, an Episodic Web Series About a Doomed Art Gallery

I talk with co-creators Tai Fauci and Patrick Breen about the making of their hilarious and absurd dark comedy web series Whole Day Down. Each episode focuses on a different doomed artistic endeavor by two out of work actors who open an avant garde art gallery.  Check out our conversation HERE.