What Is High Concept? Different Thoughts On Big Movie Ideas

What is a high concept movie idea? It's something that has been brought up a handful of times in our interviews. We know it...

An Advantage 25 Year Old Creatives Have Over Everyone Else by Author and Creative...

Film Courage: You left Los Angeles and you’re back in Washington . What was the impetus for this? Jeff Leisawitz: Moving to Washington? Film Courage:  Yes. Jeff Leisawitz:...

3 Best Ways For A Writer To Grab A Reader’s Attention by Author Carole...

Carole Kirschner:  If you have an idea that could be on the show, that’s not quite good enough. It should be something that fits...

Inside Track For Independent Filmmakers With Adam Leipzig [FULL INTERVIEW]

Former President of National Geographic Films and Publisher of Cultural Weekly Adam Leipzig shares his advice on how unknown artists can break through into...

Screenwriting Wisdom I’ve Never Forgotten by CSUN Professor Eric Edson

Film Courage: In all of your classes (growing up) was there one instructor that said something to you which really changed your way of...

Only Mediocre Writers Are At Their Best All The Time by Authors Jeffrey Davis...

Film Courage: I think there’s a lot of social pressure and I know for Generation Xers like myself it’s always existed but now for...

Half Of The Writers In The Writers Guild Don’t Work Every Year by Mark...

Film Courage: From what I saw in your book on Amazon  when I was going through (before the interview) you said you did not...

4 Ways Screenwriters Can Overcome Rejection In Hollywood by Author Kathie Fong Yoneda

Film Courage: Should a writer aim for a certain amount of rejections per year? And if they’re not getting those rejections, maybe this means...

How Does A Screenwriter Decide On A Television Format? by Daniel Calvisi

Film Courage: Can we talk about core formats? And that’s a term that is new for me. So what should a writer know about...

Romantic Character Archetypes by Author Pamela Jaye Smith

Film Courage: Are romantic comedies driven by plot or character? Pamela Jaye Smith: As a genre that has three parts, the plot is just there....
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