Alvaro Rodriguez is a writer living and working in Texas and Los Angeles. He is currently on the staff of NBC's Chicago Fire. His credits include the film Machete, the television series From Dusk Till Dawn, and the upcoming feature, The Last Rampage. He attended the beat sheet workshop and master class with Blake Snyder and has led the beat sheet workshop in Austin and San Antonio. Additionally, he has made several appearances on the Austin Film Festival television show On Story on PBS, in conversation with award-winning writers and filmmakers, and has appeared on panels at AFF, the Great American Pitchfest and others.
Chasing Grace from Beat Sheet Workshop to SXSW to Hollywood
An interview with Julia Barnett
The Austin Film Festival – Why Writers Should Attend
Why AFF is a win-win investment for screenwriters at all levels of experience and exposure.
The Power to Push
Our thanks to powerful guest blogger and Master Cat! Alvaro Rodriguez, a Texas-based screenwriter whose credits include Machete, From Dusk to Dawn: The Hangman’s Daughter, and Shorts, for pushing us with this piece: Writers seem to fall into one of two categories: those who are...