Seed’s Adam Korson and Carrie-Lynn Neales at the Canadian Screen Awards

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Adam Korson and Carrie-Lynn Neales (Seed) on Writers

(Photo by Derek Langer)

You may notice a trend in these interviews. Since a big part of this Industry Gala was dedicated to writing awards, and I may have a slight bias towards that profession, a lot of my questions focused in that direction.

CLN: “We had the BEST writing team.”

AK: “We really did. What was amazing and still fascinates me today was how they really crafted 22 minutes of television, and did it consistently throughout the entire season. We had 9 people in our cast, and they jam-packed the entire season. Three different story lines going on, funny, relatable, and that still astounds me.”

“I’ve always had respect for writers, and I write myself but now it’s like WOW, I have SO much learning to do, and so much more respect for writers. It was a pleasure to speak their words.”

CLN: “And they took such an interest in how our relationship on set was forming. I think they really wrote for both of us, and for all of the cast. They were incredibly in tune with it, and that really helps.”

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Rachel Langer is a TV writer based in Vancouver, BC.She is currently writing for Partners in Motion, as well as producing her first short film.She is an avid tweeter and social media junkie.Follow her on twitter: twitter.com/rachlanger

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