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Jason Satterlund, Filmmaker: I don’t know. I have to do a lot of meditation to help deal with that. I think this business generates a lot of anxiety. Film Courage:...
Film Courage: How does someone really know they’re a writer? Maybe they just like the idea of being a writer, the identity of it? Mark Sanderson, Screenwriter/Author: It’s a good...
Film Courage: Does the protagonist always need a character arc? Writer/Instructor and Script Consultant Shannan E. Johnson (The Professional Pen): In my opinion yes but it doesn’t have to be...
Film Courage: Once you thought of The Nutshell Technique you sat down and watched 100 plus movies and wrote in notebooks. When did you actually write the book? Jill Chamberlain,...
Film Courage: How old were you when you made your first feature film? Gavin Michael Booth, Writer/Director/Cinematographer: I was 23-years-old. I’d watched Kevin Smith in high school…well maybe 22? I’d...
Film Courage: Is there such a thing as story intuition? Aaron Fradkin, Writer/Director/Youtuber: I would lean to saying yes. I think certain people do have something innate within them where...
Film Courage: What is the hardest part of writing for you? Patricia Vidal Delgado, Writer/Director: For me you need to have a lot of discipline to write. I remember because...
Film Courage: What are the first things an editor should do in setting up a new project or timeline? Lawrence Jordan, ACE and Owner of Master The Workflow:Communicate with your assistant...
Film Courage: Do you think the first sentence or scene in a screenplay is important as it might be in a novel? Naomi Beaty, Writer, Screenwriting Teacher and Consultant: That’s...
Film Courage: Do you remember the first person or entity that gave you money or it came from different sources ? Writer/Director/Actor/Producer, Barney Cheng: Yes, it was the Ministry of...
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