Inspired screenwriters share their stories
United States
7 episodes
since Aug. 22, 2018


In this episode, Raffaella talks about how Instagram likes get her out of bed, what it's like being a Dassie and how she really isn't creative. We also learn how moments in the hugely popular kids animation "Kumba" were informed by, amongst other things, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", Ecology Studies and Fundamental Religions. A hilarious and honest look at the writing process.


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