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The Downside To Being Both A Writer And Director by Daniel Stamm

Film Courage: Are you where you planned to be in your filmmaking career? Daniel...

Investors Don’t Want A First Time Director by Peter Dukes

Film Courage: With ESCAPE ROOM, you wrote the script, did you also pitch yourself as being the director...

If Things Are Easy, I Become Uneasy by Writer/Director Andy Rayner of IDLED Movie

Writer/Director Andy Rayner Film Courage: Where did you grow up? Andy Rayner, Filmmaker: I grew...

Director’s Guide To Prepping A TV Show by Daniel Stamm

Film Courage: When you sign on to direct a TV show, how much prep time are you...

A Movie Director Spends 80 Percent Of Their Time Doing This by Dale Stelly

(Watch the video interview on Youtube here) Film Courage: What’s the process of what you do that we...

What Nobody Tells You About Being A Movie Director by Dale Stelly

Watch the video interview on Youtube here Film Courage: When have you been the most scared in your...

How Does An Artist Avoid Clichés In Their Work? by Director Jay Silverman

Film Courage I heard you touch on this in another interview, I’m wondering if you can elaborate? That everything is a cliché and it’s...

Jay Silverman Talks About A Director Making Their Day

Film Courage: What is it like as a director trying to make your day? By the hour, minute. Jay Silverman, photographer and director of OFF...

5 Tips For Making A No-Budget Movie by ¡CALAMBRE! Writer/Director Carlos Renaso

Hello there, my name is Carlos Renaso. I am the writer/director of ¡CALAMBRE!, my debut feature film about a poet who returns to New York...

Advice To Filmmakers Thinking About Filming In One Location by BROKEN CEILING Writer/Director Adam...

Director Adam Davis on making BROKEN CEILING: It was always my goal to make a feature film. Originally, the plan was to do it by...
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