Writing Character For Film and Television

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Writing Character For Film and Television – A Film Courage Screenwriting Series

 

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00:00 –  A Revelation In Story Structure I Wish I Had Learned 10 Years Earlier by Michael Hauge

00:55 – Why Most Screenplays Are Bad by Peter Russell

01:34 – How To Make An Audience Care About Your Characters by John Truby

04:01 – A Common Mistake Screenwriters Make When Developing Their Characters by Steve Kaplan

06:51 – What Must Happen In The First 10 Pages Of Every Screenplay by Michael Hauge

08:50 – Why Most Screenplays Are Bad by Peter Russell

10:28 – The #1 Most Important Element Of Developing A Character by John Truby

12:27 – Unlocking The Secret To Story by Michael Hauge

15:16 – An Example Of A Wounded Hero Given A Chance To Change by Peter Russell

20:41 – A Couple Of My Hidden Tools For Comedy Writing by Steve Kaplan

21:44 – First Step In Writing A Screenplay by Peter Russell

24:02 – Screenwriting Gold For Any Screenwriter by Zoe Cassavetes

25:03 – First Step In Writing A Screenplay by Peter Russell

26:28 – The Audience Wants To Feel An Emotional Connection With Your Movie by Michael Hauge & Mark W. Travis

30:21 – The #1 Tip To Writing Likable Characters by Steve Kaplan

35:49 – Perfect Characters Must Have Flaws For An Audience To Like Them by Peter Russell

38:20 – A Couple Of My Hidden Tools For Comedy Writing by Steve Kaplan

39:38 – How To Direct A Great Scene by Mark W. Travis

42:59 – How To Write A Great Scene by Michael Hauge

46:51 – Casting For A Reality TV Show by Troy DeVolld

48:06 – The Answer To What Characters Want by Michael Hauge & Mark W. Travis

50:40 – Screenwriting Structure And Conflict Tips For Screenwriters by Steve Kaplan

53:22 – Casting For A Reality TV Show by Troy DeVolld

54:28 – When Evil Characters And Good Characters Cross Paths by Pamela Jaye Smith

58:01 – Tips On Writing A Villain Character by Thunder Levin

59:56 – The Power Of The Darkside: When A Good Character Turns Bad by Pamela Jaye Smith

1:03:32 – Writing The Ultimate Evil Character by Pamela Jaye Smith

1:06:26 – The Formula For Writing A Great Comedy Script

1:12:23 – Screenwriting Analysis That Can Help A Screenwriter Improve Their Screenplay by Michael Hauge & Mark W. Travis

 

 

 


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LA-based filmmakers! Join us Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 from 7-9 p.m in North Hollywood for this 2-hour Q&A style event with horror filmmaker James Cullen Bressack. James will help you navigate the ins-and-outs of being a horror filmmaker (whether it’s your own production or as a director-for-hire). His 61 producer, 38 writer and 34 directors credits show his intense commitment to his work. He’s grown up around the business and he’s still several years shy of turning 30. More info via Eventbrite page here.