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How Does The Main Character’s Arc Relate To Story Structure? by Wendy Kram of...

Film Courage: How does the lead character’s arc relate to structure? LA4Hire’s Wendy Kram: Very good question. When people talk about structure a lot are...

The Aesthetic Of A Screenplay Is As Important As The Story And Characters by...

Film Courage: Shawn, do you write everyday? Shawn Christensen, Co-writer/director THE VANISHING OF SIDNEY HALL: I do now. I don’t always. I’m working on a...

A Great Tool For Developing Character by Gary Goldstein

Gary Goldstein: Everyone’s process is different and I know when I learned a lot about process and would listen to other people, you take...

Romantic Character Archetypes by Author Pamela Jaye Smith

Film Courage: Are romantic comedies driven by plot or character? Pamela Jaye Smith: As a genre that has three parts, the plot is just there....

When Writing A Screenplay, Start With A Concept Or Character? by Jeffrey Reddick

Film Courage: How important is screenplay structure to your overall writing? Is there a specific structure you try to follow? Jeffrey Reddick: I kind of...

Great Character Or Subject? Which Comes First? by ONE OF US Movie’s Heidi Ewing...

Film Courage:  Going back to curiosity, which is more crucial ? An interesting topic but a reluctant or not so fully developed subject (for...

What Stops An Actor From Getting Into Character? by Mark W. Travis

  What Stops An Actor From Getting Into Character? by Mark W. Travis   Film Courage:  Mark let’s talk about the interrogation.  Let’s talk about the beginnings...

What Makes A Character Boring? by West Liang

What Makes A Character Boring? by West Liang   Film Courage: What do you think makes a boring character to you? West Liang:  I think a...

Playing A Character Outside An Actor’s Comfort Zone by Chad Lindberg

Film Courage: I have a quote from another actor and it is "The further you get away from yourself, the more challenging it is...

Why The Lead Character In A Comedy Movie Needs Two Goals by Steve Kaplan

Steve Kaplan:  And so after Connections you have the part of the journey called New Directions.  And New Directions is when your discovered goal...
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