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Film Courage: What did making a movie teach you about filmmaking and the business? Frank Coraci, Filmmaker:  What did making a movie? Film Courage: Yes. I...
Film Courage: How can a writer develop character using The Three Wells of screenwriting ? Matthew Kalil, Screenwriter/Author/Instructor: It’s kind of super-easy. It’s one of the easiest ways. I’ve got...
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Film Courage: ‘Telling stories has been fun for you, working in the entertainment industry, not so fun.’ I think that was a quote from you somewhere? Joe Wilson, Writer/Director/Comedian/Photographer: Yes,...
Film Courage: If we take novel writing…are we using lots of detail setting a world but if writing a screenplay, how much are we really paying attention to the where, the setting,...
Film Courage: What are the first few things you do when making a movie? Jason Satterlund, Filmmaker: The first step would definitely be making sure I understand the script and I think...
Film Courage: Are you a planner or an organizer? David Wappel, Screenwriter: Yes, I’m definitely a planner and organizer. I think that is what I’m probably most fulfilled doing is planning...
Film Courage: Once you felt like you had a green light to go ahead or access to the journalist, how did you set up the interviews? What was this process like?
Film Courage: Did you learn any lessons on directing actors that would be helpful for other first-time directors? Andrew Guerrero, Writer/Director/Actor: Yes. Fortunately being an actor first I knew how I liked...
In this Film Courage video compilation 17 artists, filmmakers, screenwriters and actors talk about coping with depression, how it affects their creativity, outlook on life, and how they’ve learned to accept it.
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