SCRIPT2SCREEN, A NEW PODCAST OF CINEMATIC GOODNESS HOSTED BY ALAN MEHANNA & HAD SOLO
BEIRUT, 05/2019 — Lebanese film critic and TEDx Speaker Alan Mehanna has launched a new podcast. SCRIPT2SCREEN, (http://www.script2screenpod.com), is a podcast about film and television and focuses on having critical yet non-toxic conversations regarding both of those industries and is geared toward film and series lovers of all ages, genders, and nationalities.
The podcast has featured special guests from all around the world, including Oscar nominated Lebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki as well as The Walking Dead's Ross Marquand, who are passionate and very involved within the industry and covered topics from film censorship, to in-depth film reviews, as well as some fan favorites like Star Wars or Game of Thrones specials.
The podcast was recently an ambassador at the Middle East Film & Comic-con in Dubai, and has been a valued partner at multiple local film festivals in Lebanon.
Alan Mehanna says, “Script2Screen has been an incredible journey and with all the negativity that is currently flooding the conversations relating to films and series, I felt that I needed to be a part of the fight against toxicity.”
Bailey Parkinson, a friend of the pod who is a content creator onYoutube, has said, "Script2Screen stands out as an essential voice thanks to a unique perspective, one that's always informed, entertaining and driven by an undying love for both art & industry. This is one worth making a detour for."
Another friend of the pod, Youmna Naufal, a respected journalist and host of Y-Chats, added, "Script2Screen has become my weekly go-to podcast for anything related to films, series, and the whole industry that goes with it. Alan and Had are movie lovers, passionate about the subjects, the craft and will give it to you, no holds barred. No fluff here- just pure movie magic."
Fans of the podcast can contact Alan Mehanna via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to provide feedback and ideas for the podcast, or to become a guest on the show.
To listen to the podcast, visit any of the following platforms: