More Screenwriters Are Writing Novels – Zach Zerries

Film Courage: If five years from now pass and you haven’t made more money from screenwriting, will you keep writing screenplays?

Zach Zerries, Screenwriter: I think it depends. I’ve really enjoyed working on novels. The great thing about working on novels and having that, again we talked about intellectual property earlier, that so many of the films being made now are based on IP. Now that I have really two properties that are IP I actually do have confidence that one of them will be sold soon, hopefully both, but one I think knock on wood is close. I would love to turn both of those into…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).


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Zach Zerries is a screenwriter and author. His latest screenplay TAKE BACK has been filmed during 2020 and is set for a 2021 release. The movie stars Mickey Rourke, Michael Jai White, Gillian White, James Russo and many more.

   

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