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First Screenplay: Writing Sample Or Six Figure Sale? by Daniel Calvisi

Film Courage:  Dan, if we were the delve into the mind of most new writers (whether they live in Los Angeles or they are...

Is There A Dark Side To Hollywood Screenwriting Success? by Shawn Christensen of THE...

Film Courage: How did you spend your first few years as a screenwriter? I know you said you initially wanted to be an actor?...

Most Important Screenwriting Lessons I’ve Learned In The Last 10 Years by Christine Conradt

Film Courage: What did you do to get better as a writer from 10 years ago all the way to now? Whether it’s been...

Working On A Screenwriting Assignment by Gary Goldstein

Film Courage: Can you tell us about an actual assignment you received and go through the timeline and how you worked your way through...

Day One Of Writing A New Screenplay by Mark Sanderson

Film Courage: …So then if you get the okay on the outline, what is day one of pages like? Mark Sanderson, screenwriter/author: Day one of...

Easiest Way To Avoid Writing A Boring Story by David Willis

Film Courage: What makes a story boring? David Willis, writer/producer: What makes a story boring? Uggh….anything with superheroes. Sorry! I don’t like superhero movies. Film Courage:...

5 Worst Screenwriting Habits by Mark Sanderson

Film Courage: What are your five worst screenwriting habits? Mark Sanderson: Five worst? Well, it’s writing while I’m rewriting which is like running on a...

Larry Wilson’s Top 15 Screenwriting Lessons

1) 00:05 - The First Screenplay Sold 2) 03:12 - Broken Promises 3) 07:17 - Waiting For Inspiration 4) 10:51 - Writing A Classic 5) 17:33 - Playing...

Eric Edson’s Top 23 Screenwriting Lessons

CSUN Professor Eric Edson's Top 23 Screenwriting Lessons 1) 00:05 - First Life Lesson 2) 02:14 - Drawer Full Of Scripts 3) 04:58 - Typical Screenwriting Career 4)...

Ideal Writing Day For A Screenwriter by Jeffrey Reddick

Film Courage: When do you start writing everyday? Jeffrey Reddick, Screenwriter:  About 11:00 a.m. I usually roll out of bed and have my routine where...
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