The Downside To Only Making Films In One Genre by Josephina Sykes

Film Courage: What are common myths about horror films? Josephina Sykes, Filmmaker: I think there...

Do The Hardest Films To Make Turn Into The Best Movies? by Brad Sykes

Film Courage: At what point did the filmmaking stakes rise for you where you had money given...

Practical Advice For Getting A Script Read In Hollywood by Brad Sykes

Film Courage: What’s the best way to get people to read your script? Brad...

Investors Don’t Want A First Time Director by Peter Dukes

Film Courage: With ESCAPE ROOM, you wrote the script, did you also pitch yourself as being the director...

Writing A Horror Protagonist by Daniel Stamm

Film Courage: How do you create a horror protagonist? Daniel Stamm, Writer/Director: How do you...

Writing A Screenplay For The Market (And It Worked!) by Peter Dukes

Film Courage: ESCAPE ROOM is a movie you wrote? Did you also direct it?

Director’s Guide To Prepping A TV Show by Daniel Stamm

Film Courage: When you sign on to direct a TV show, how much prep time are you...

There’s A Difference Between Loving Film Versus Loving Filmmaking by Peter Dukes

Film Courage: How many years did you work on just short films? Peter Dukes,...

5 Steps To Adapting A Book Into A Movie – An Inside Look At...

Barbara Szeman, Producer of WILLA: So Corey Mayne and I have done several films and projects...

What Happens When A Screenwriter Writes Themselves Into A Corner? by Jeffrey Reddick

(Watch the video interview on Youtube here) Film Courage: Can you think of an example where you have...
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