Michael Hauge: So all of this has brought us to the 10 percent point of the movie. About 10 minutes in, the movie altogether...

  Film Courage: Michael, when we first contacted you to do the interview for the 6-Stage Plot Structure, we thought it would be fun for...

  Film Courage: Let’s take the hypothetical author who has just written their first novel and now they’re looking for an agent. What steps should...

  Film Courage: Pamela, with romantic comedies, is falling in love really supposed to be funny? Pamela Jaye Smith: Well falling in love...

  Constanza Romero: I’m Constanza Romero and I’m here representing my late husband August Wilson. He did the film adaptation for FENCES and he also...

  Film Courage: So Write Your Life, is that part of The Travis Technique™? Mark W. Travis: Yes. It’s a part. There are 3 main elements...

  Film Courage: Is someone writing for themselves or for the industry? Lee Jessup: That’s a good question. Somebody is writing the stories that they love,...

  Film Courage: So then an example of a flat character versus a more 3-dimensional character, like even in just a description of something. Can...

Film Courage: It almost seems like the very nature of the question “Should I…Is there something here?” is not the question to be asking...

Film Courage:  Lee I think you said that feature writers should have a new, ready-to-market feature script every six months or so.  And that...
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