Film Courage:  Your book Hollywood Game Plan…so you’ve written a lot of things about how people can get their foot in the door, thank...

This interview was submitted to Film Courage courtesy of Derek Davidson. Celeste Chaney:  I don’t necessarily have a list of screenplays, like read these screenplays...

Film Courage: Eric, can you tell us about the first screenplay you sold, what was happening in your life at that moment in time...

Film Courage:  Gary, what time do you wake up in the morning? Gary W. Goldstein: My discipline ideally would be to get up super early in...

Why Original Screenplays Still Matter by Eric Edson   Eric Edson:  A long, long time ago in a land far away, I was a struggling screenwriter...

  What Writers Need To Know About Breaking Into Television by Scott Kirkpatrick   Film Courage:  In Writing for the Green Light, you have Chapter 4...

Two Fatal Errors Screenwriters Make by Kathie Fong Yoneda   Kathie Fong Yoneda:  …And a lot of them are branching out in genres.  Whereas a lot...

How Does An Actor Handle Unwanted Advances In Hollywood? by Robin Riker   Film Courage:  Can you think of a moment (let’s say) the first five...

How I Would've Directed Leonardo DiCaprio In The Revenant Bear Attack Scene by Mark W. Travis   Film Courage:  You’re saying the interrogation process works when there’s...

Difference Between A Protagonist In Film Vs. Television by Daniel Calvisi   Film Courage:  Can we talk about the difference in creating a fascinating protagonist...
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