A Screenwriter Is Always Developing Their Characters by Constanza Romero on August Wilson’s FENCES

  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...

The Power Of Authentic Storytelling by Mark W. Travis

  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...

Is It A Good Idea For A Screenwriter To Write For The Market? by...

  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,...

A Tool To Help Writer’s Generate Original Ideas by Karl Iglesias

  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...

How Much Success Does A Writer Need To Be Happy by Jen Grisanti

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...

How Many Screenplays Should A Writer Write Each Year? by Lee Jessup

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...

When A First Time Author’s Book Is Made Into A Hollywood Movie by Saroo...

  Film Courage: Saroo, from the beginning of when you wrote your book until now, how long of a process was this? Saroo Brierley: 2012?...

Why Story Structure Matters (and What Happens If It’s Not There) by Michael Hauge

Film Courage: The primary goal of every story is to… Michael Hauge: Illicit emotion. Film Courage: Illicit emotion. Okay. And if it’s too stale. Let’s say...

How An Unpublished Author Got A Hollywood Movie Made by HIDDEN FIGURES Author Margot...

  Margot Lee Shetterly: Hello, my name is Margot Lee Shetterly and I am the author of HIDDEN FIGURES. Film Courage: How long did it take...

Most Important Question In Screenwriting by Karl Iglesias

Film Courage:  I think you’ve mentioned that you enjoy the word ‘Why?’ Karl Iglesias:  It’s my favorite word. Film Courage:  Favorite word.  Okay.  How should a...
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