3 Book And Movie Deal by Author Jennifer Brody

Film Courage: So your debut novel The Thirteenth Continuum sold and then at some point now you have a three-book deal (which that was...

What New Screenwriters Don’t Realize About Their First Script by Daniel Calvisi

Film Courage: So you have a mantra on your site which is Actfourscreenplays.com. And the mantra is ‘Craft Equals Business, Which Means Focus on Your...

Why Outlining A Screenplay Is Important by Mark Sanderson

Film Courage: What does an outline look like? Mark Sanderson, Screenwriter and Author: Well, for me on these assignments that I do they are usually 10...

Screenwriters Who Oppose Screenplay Structure by Authors Jeffrey Davis and Peter Desberg

Peter Desberg, Author: So when do the interesting questions start? Film Courage: Right now, actually. But this is a little bit leading…why are so...

6 Ways To Sabotage Yourself In Hollywood by Author Carole Kirschner

Film Courage: Here is the look at yourself in the mirror question “Are you really ready?”  What are some tough questions that you have...

7 Tips on Adapting a Novel Into a Screenplay

This group of Film Courage videos spotlights authors and filmmakers on adaptation, getting a book deal, and other story tips to help ease every...

Karl Iglesias’ Top 19 Screenwriting Lessons

1) 0:07 - Power And Purpose Of Story 2) 2:10 - Sugar Coated Pill 3) 7:59 - Emotional Connection 4) 14:49 - The Heart 5) 17:49 - Day...

UCLA Professor Richard Walter’s Top 21 Screenwriting Lessons

  BUY THE BOOK - ESSENTIALS OF SCREENWRITING: The Art, Craft, and Business Of Film and Television Writing http://amzn.to/2CsxIFF MORE VIDEOS WITH RICHARD WALTER http://bit.ly/298n3kZ 1) 0:06 - Value Of...

A Story Screenwriters Need To Hear by CSUN Professor Eric Edson

Film Courage: You don’t need luck to be a successful screenwriter? Aren’t there people who luck into it or it just seems that way? CSUN...

3 Ways A Screenwriter Can Improve Dialogue by Daniel Calvisi

Film Courage: In what ways can a writer improve their dialogue? Daniel Calvisi: Listening. Practice. I mean, keep writing, keep rewriting. Have actors read it...
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