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Film Courage: Stan, do you watch your work? Do you watch reruns? Stanley M. Brooks, Director/Producer/AFI Adjunct Professor: I watch my work while I am doing it. I’m incredibly involved...
Film Courage: You talk about the three wells in your book . How does someone know which well they should tap into for their story? Matthew Kalil, Author/Screenwriter: It’s a...
Film Courage: How does someone who wants to be a professional screenwriter approach it like a professional screenwriter? What is their mindset? What is their time like? What are they doing that...
Film Courage: Something that keeps coming up in our interview today is people skills and working with people and it sounds like you’ve worked on yourself, you’ve read a lot. I know...
Film Courage: You’ve brought 7 DVDs here and they all have amazing covers. You were telling us off-camera that some of them are actually the same films but during the distribution phase...
Film Courage: …So it goes to home video and meanwhile, how long then before you get your next job which is THE WEDDING SINGER? Frank Coraci, Filmmaker: Meanwhile...
Film Courage: What makes a great story? Erik Bork, Screenwriter/Author: Wow, that’s a great question. A very big broad question. What makes a great story to me where it starts...
In the first two weeks of the Fall semester, California State University, Northridge screenwriting professor Eric Edson presents PowerPoint lessons to the entering first year grad MFA class. He begins with the Hero Goal...
Film Courage: Why do you write? Josh Healey, Writer/Producer/Comedian — The North Pole Show: Why do I write? Ooohhh…you’re asking the big questions. I write because I think otherwise I would go...
Film Courage: What keeps you here now? Adam William Ward, Actor/Director: In Los Angeles? I love the city and have been luck enough when I came here my brother also...
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