Jonathan welcomes in podcast producer Dan Vadeboncoeur, who is venturing into screenwriting territory with his horror film project Meathouse. Jonathan takes Dan through his 10 rules for beginning screenwriters to start him on his way.
Hear the Super Pulp Science episode that birthed Meathouse:
Dan Vadeboncoeur is a part-time editorial producer at CTV News Winnipeg. He is also an instructor at Red River College Polytechnic where he teaches radio, podcasting, and communications. He speaks English and has lived in Winnipeg for almost his entire life, with brief forays west to Saskatoon and Edmonton in the ‘90s.
Vadeboncoeur began his career as a student in the Creative Communications program at RRC Polytech. While in his first year, he began working as a part-time board operator at 680 CJOB, and quickly moved into the newsroom, reading the weekend news and sports on the air. Less than two years after graduation, Vadeboncoeur returned to RRC Polytech as a CreComm instructor, teaching radio classes to journalism and public relations students.
Since then, Vadeboncoeur has worked as a news reader at CBC Manitoba, and again at 680 CJOB. He has taught podcast workshops and produces several local podcasts. When he’s not working, Vadeboncoeur loves Star Wars, being a father to his three kids, and writing about himself in the third person.
Opening song is “We Got the Poison” by Electric Candles
Podcast production by Dan Vadeboncoeur
Photo by Sheldon Birnie
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