Steve La Rue Surfs Hollywood.
An internationally recognized leader in film and television development, Steve has 20+ years working both independently and for Paramount Pictures Corp., NBC/Universal, and 20th Century Fox, where he championed such series as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The X-Files, Millennium, The Simpsons, King of the Hill, Battlestar Galactica, and Farscape.
Steve has guest-lectured at Writing Workshops Dallas , UCLA, Mount Saint Mary’s College, Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts, the Nashville Writers Conference , The Great American Script Fest in Los Angeles as well as the London Screenwriters Festival .
Not only has Steve worked in Film and Television, but his background in Media also includes Radio, Newspaper, Magazine, Theatre, and Digital.
He holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Journalism from Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, Texas, where he was multiple scholarship recipient. Writing about Media continues his lifelong quest to amortize the cost of his expensive private school education, which also included studying Arthurian Literature at Oxford University.
When not surfing in Santa Monica, San Clemente, Costa Rica, or Cornwall, Steve is also a featured Storyteller at Personal Essay Shows PINATA, MUSE LITERARY SALON, and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN (aka, The Letter Show) in Hollywood.
On Twitter/Instagram/Snapchat, he’s @SteveLaRue2
Thank you for your advice during our 2017 GAPF consult. I’ve watched BSG pilot 20x-plus and the series all the way through. What an amazing adventure.
My grounded sci-fi serialized drama pilot will be done soon. Can you recommend anyone for paid coverage? I’ve used Pilar Alessandra/OnthePage.tv & Danny Manus/NoBullScript for features so far, but want this to be the best it can be. Many thanks for any recommendations you may have.
With all best regards,
Love #BSG and #GAPF. Congrats on nearly finishing your pilot script. I do not have any recs for paid script coverage but am familiar with everyone you’ve mentioned. Suggest you follow prominent writers like Michael Green, Bryan Fuller, and Ron Moore on Social Media (Twitter) and see if this topic ever comes up.