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Film Courage: Adam, how do you know this is what you’re meant to do, filmmaking? How do you know this is for you? Adam Davis, Writer/Director: That is…I think that’s...
Film Courage: Why is screenwriting so hard? Erik Bork, Author/Screenwriter: Well, is it hard? I guess I’ll get philosophical about it. Do you mean why is it hard to succeed...
Film Courage: How does a writer know the beginning of their story? Matthew Kalil, Screenwriter/Author/Instructor: The beginning is a very difficult time as DUNE the movie begins (which David Lynch made). He...
Film Courage: How does knowing our own story make us a better storyteller? Mark W. Travis, Director/Author/Writer/Instructor: That’s a big question. That’s a great question because that is at the...
Film Courage: Why do you want to make movies to help people feel less isolated? Phillip G. Carroll, Jr., Writer/Director of THE HONEYMOON PHASE: I think one of my core...
Film Courage: How should a writer start a screenplay? Writer/Instructor and Script Consultant Shannan E. Johnson (The Professional Pen): There are several different ways you can start a screenplay. A...
Film Courage: Should a screenwriter have different piles for completed screenplays? Markus Redmond, Actor/Writer/Director/Producer: Yes, absolutely. You should know your stuff that is good for the marketplace and you should...
Film Courage: You are moving to Los Angeles, you’ve just done this Woody Allen film, you’ve gone to Cannes, where did you envision your career going once you got your footing here...
Film Courage: Do you have advice for writers on getting the writing career they most want? How does one even know what this career looks like? Corey Mandell, Screenwriter/Instructor: I...
How Do You Edit To Build Tension? by Lawrence Jordan, ACE via FilmCourage.com. MASTER THE WORKFLOWMastertheworkflow.com
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