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Film Courage: Let’s go back to the writing process with you and Melissa . So what was going on in your life when you started coming up with ideas for ALL I WANT? I...

Film Courage: Looking at your IMDB you have 31 or so producing credits. I’m sure there are going to be more by the time of this video release. Which production taught you the...

Bio: Gary Goldstein is an award winning writer for film, TV and the stage. He has written numerous films for Hallmark Channel and its sister network, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, including the comedies “The Wish...

Film Courage: Just a few days ago Christopher you had a piece published on No Film School which was 10 Production-Saving Tips for Filming in a Remote Location. It was excellent advice and I...

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 creating story for each one? And I understand in your...

Hi! My name is Hank Orion. I’m the writer, producer and director of THE JOB and I’m here to share 14 things I’ve learned from making my second feature film, THE JOB with you...

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. You know, you get together, you get apart and then...

Film Courage: Okay, so the Unwritten Rules of Hollywood, your book . Without giving away too much, from those who have read the book, what are some takeaways where they were completely surprised? Whether...

Christine Conradt:  It’s that obsessing thought, it truly is. I’ve seen so many writers who will sit there and go over the same thing over and over and it’s just not productive at all. Film...

Film Courage: Where did you grow up? John Goshorn: I grew up rurally, in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains outside the small town of Bedford, Virginia, which is not that different from Bedford Falls in It's...

Film Courage: We had a comment that came in which said “That’s easy for this person to say because this person is a professional screenwriter and it’s their job to write all day....

Film Courage: Let’s take CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND and STAR WARS. Let’s say they both came out around the same time. Houston Howard: They did . Film Courage: Why did one have a...

Film Courage: How do we know our own writing level, the level that we’re at? We all think that we’re good at something or excellent at something. We see the world through a certain...

Film Courage: If you weren’t making these films, what would you be doing? Blayne Weaver: You know, it’s a good question. I think about that a lot. I always had a dream that I would...

Film Courage: Writing every day, is this a myth or a must for an author? Jennifer Brody: It’s kind of a must. I mean, I think that we go through different periods where we are...
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