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Film Courage: What makes the first draft of a screenplay crucial to a writer’s success?

A Character’s Flaw Should Be The Exact Opposite Of Their Strength by Jill Chamberlain

Film Courage: To delve more into “flaw,” flaw is the direct opposite of strength?

How A Master Storyteller Keeps The Audience Engaged by Mark W. Travis

Film Courage: Mark can you share with us the use of two narrators? Mark...

How To Write A Great Mentor Character by CSUN Professor Eric Edson [Screenwriting Masterclass]

Eric Edson, CSUN Professor and Author: Mentor…two more. These are going to go relatively quickly but I would...

How To Stay Motivated When Writing A Screenplay by Travis Seppala

Film Courage: How do you motivate yourself to write every day? Travis Seppala, Screenwriter/Author: This...

The Question Everyone In Hollywood Is Trying To Answer by Mark W. Travis

Film Courage: What makes a great story? Mark W. Travis, Director/Author/Writer/Instructor: What makes a great...

4 Ways To Find A Screenwriting Agent Or Manager by Erik Bork

Film Courage: Does every screenwriter need an agent or a manager? Erik Bork, Author/Screenwriter: You...

Why A Writer’s Intentions Really Matter by Matthew Kalil

Film Courage: How has teaching made you a better writer? Matthew Kalil, Screenwriter/Author/Instructor: Being...

The Worst Of A TV Writers’ Room by Bruce Ferber

Film Courage: Can you take us to the first day as a showrunner for HOME IMPROVEMENT? What...

Screenwriting Tools and Strategies To Keep The Audience Engaged by Chapman University Professor Paul...

Film Courage: If we were going to disassemble a great screenplay, take it apart and examine it,...
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