If You Had No Fear, What Story Would You Tell? by Mark W. Travis

Mark W. Travis, Director/Author/Writer/Instructor: If you had no fear, if there was no fear, what story would you...

There Is No Story Without Struggle by Barbara Seymour Giordano

Film Courage: What are some common ways people get their own stories wrong? Barbara...

Emotional Beats Of The Hero’s Journey by Barbara Seymour Giordano

Barbara Seymour Giordano, Writer and Coach, StoryWorksLA: I clicked on images and I saw something called The Hero’s...

What Mistakes Do Screenwriters Make With Structure? by Jill Chamberlain

Film Courage: What mistakes do screenwriters make with structure? Jill Chamberlain, Script Consultant/Author/Writer: Invariably screenwriters...

Write The Story You Are Afraid To Tell by Kelli McNeil

Film Courage: How does someone know which story they should write? Kelli McNeil, Writer,...

What’s The Cost Of A Writer Silencing Their Own Voice? by Bruce Ferber

Film Courage: “Writers have to write whether they want to or not? What is lurking deep within...

The Stakes In Every Story Are Always Life And Death by Alan Watt [Founder...

Film Courage: Okay then I’ll give you my version of a marginalized voice in a story versus...

The Negative Voice Inside A Writer’s Head by Justin Warren

Justin Warren, Filmmaker (Then There Was Joe): Okay, next question. Film Courage: Okay and this is from Iglp3. Here is my question, my name is...

A Writer’s Job Is To Voice Things That People Can’t Say by David Willis

Film Courage: How many talented ones, truly great writers would you say have MFA’s, even have a Bachelor’s versus those that maybe don’t? Do...

Story Instincts Of A New Writer – What’s Right And Wrong? by West Liang

Story Instincts Of A New Writer - What’s Right And Wrong? by West Liang   Film Courage:  This is a weird question but I’m just going...
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