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Fade In:
Talking Scary Movies with Bob Scott of CSW

August 11th, 2019

Last month, following the release of Nightmare Cinema, I had the chance to drop by PCTV-21 for a conversation with Bob Scott of Carnegie Screenwriters.

Bob is a screenwriter, playwright, poet, actor, director, producer, stage manager, and host of the series Fade In, now in its third season on PCTV-21.

Since its debut in 2016,  Fade In has explored the many facets of indie filmmaking through interviews with writers, producer, directors, actors, crew members and other industry professionals with connections to Pittsburgh.

If you have any interest in indie movies and the people who make then, you owe it to your self to check out Fade In.

In addition to producing the show, Carnegie Scriptwriters holds regular scrip-readings at the Third Street Gallery in Carnegie and recently hosted a script and screen festival at The Tull Family Theater in Sewickley. Monthly meetings are currently held on the third Saturday of each month from 10:00 am – 12:30 pm at the Mt. Lebanon Public Library.

In all, CSW makes it clear that indie filmmaking is alive and well in Pittsburgh.

My conversation with Bob Scott will air in September on PCTV-21 ( Comcast Channel 21, Verizon Channel 47, and on-line at, Thursday evenings at 8:30, but you can catch it all now on CSW’s YouTube Channel or by clicking the player below.

Give it a click. I’ll meet you there.