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Film Courage: How many years did you make a living as a filmmaker outside of Los Angeles? Jason Satterlund, Filmmaker: Probably about 20, close to 20? Yes…it was a long,...
UNCONDITIONAL (or Berznosacjiuma In Latvian) is a short film that tells the story of an English man that moves to Latvia with his wife. Shortly after they have their first child, she...
Film Courage: Do you pitch distributors an idea for your screenplay before you begin making the movie? Mark Harris, Filmmaker: No, never. What I do is if I have an idea for the movie...
Film Courage: We had a comment on our channel the other day and it lends itself to something that we were just talking about off camera and just having certain people on...
Film Courage: How to properly test your script? The absolute importance of script testing? What is script testing? Corey Mandell, Screenwriter/Instructor: Script testing…so when I was starting out a manager...
Film Courage: Let’s talk about backstory. Is it crucial for creating characters? Not so much with a screenplay (more for a novel)? Alan Watt, Author/Screenwriter and : Backstory is crucial...
Film Courage: Do you still write spec scripts? Scott Myers, DePaul University Professor/Screenwriter/Creator Gointothestory.blcklst(dot)com: Yes, it’s interesting because I did break in in 1987 writing a spec script...
Film Courage: Theoretically do you think you could have been making money as a filmmaker if Hollywood “didn’t come knocking.” Sorry for the cliché. David F. Sandberg, Filmmaker (a.k.a....
Film Courage: Is there anything you want your students to know before they start writing a screenplay? Paul Joseph Gulino, Associate Professor at Chapman University Dodge College of Film...
Film Courage: What was your first job in film and television when you got to Los Angeles? Brad Sykes, Filmmaker: The first job I ever had was on a movie called...
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