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Tropes Beginning Screenwriters Should Avoid by Gordy Hoffman

Film Courage: Tropes a new screenwriter should avoid that a more seasoned screenwriter can navigate? Gordy Hoffman, Founder/Judge of the Bluecat Screenplay Competition:  Well that’s...

How Do You Know You Want To Write About The Protagonist? — Adam Davis

Film Courage: How do you know a protagonist is a character you want to write about? How...

How To Create Great Horror Characters by Peter Dukes

Film Courage: How do you create an awesome horror protagonist? Peter Dukes, Writer/Director: How do...

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...

Why Is It So Hard To Write An Ending? by Gordy Hoffman

Film Courage: From what you’ve seen with the screenplay competition, what would you say most new writers (baby writers) have trouble with? Poor opening...

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....

How The Final Destination Screenplay Was Sold by Jeffrey Reddick

Film Courage: So then (if I understand this correctly) that FINAL DESTINATION was the first screenplay that you actually sold? Jeffrey Reddick: That was the...

Character Archetypes In YA Fiction by Author Jennifer Brody

Film Courage:  What are some of the archetypes in YA novels?  Not just in the protagonist, where I hear she is somehow the special...

When Convincing People Who Are Not Friends/Family That You Are Capable of Doing Something,...

. Film Courage:  Where did you grow up? Nathan Oliver:  I grew up in Maine and stayed here until I was 18. After that I moved...
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