All posts by "Robin Write"

BIO: Robin Write lives in the UK, and has been writing screenplays for over fifteen years. He also has a blog at and can be found on Twitter @WriteoutofLA. He'll be around.

Robin Write looks at the César Awards-winning film Divines, directed by Houda Benyamina, about two best friends dabbling in crime in Paris.

Robin Write looks at Netflix's recent Burning Sands, a film detailing one man's struggle against the intensifying violence of underground fraternity hazing.

Robin Write looks at Netflix's latest film, the Sundance hit I don't feel at home in this world anymore. starring Melanie Lynskey.

John Turturro, star of HBO's critically acclaimed miniseries 'The Night Of,' talks to Robin Write about acting in the New York-set story.

Robin looks at Season 3 of Netflix's cult-favorite serial killer drama 'The Fall.' Does the series maintain its high-wire act of dramatic tension?

'Bloodline' co-star Ben Mendelsohn talks to AwardsDaily TV about his acting beginnings and his two Emmy nominations for Netflix's family drama.

Actress Molly Parker received her first Emmy nomination for 'House of Cards' this year. ADTV talks to her about the experience and about embodying a woman in political power.

Robin Write makes the case for USA Network's buzzy hit 'Mr. Robot' to win Outstanding Drama Series at the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards.

Courtney B. Vance was Emmy nominated for 'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.' He talks to ADTV about the series and its cultural importance.

Netflix streams the Sundance drama 'Tallulah,' starring Ellen Page and Allison Janney. Catch up on this well acted but dark vision of motherhood.

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