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Film Courage: Let's assume there is a heart and soul for every screenplay. And if that's the case, how does a director find it? Mark W. Travis: Heart and soul of the screenplay...I would say,...

Film Courage: How often do you write? Gary Goldstein: Oh, that's a good question! People always say "How can you be so disciplined to sit in your office and write all the time?" Well I...

  Film Courage: Let’s say a writer decides they would like to a romantic comedy and it’s not just for the “market,” but for their own catharsis or need to tell stories. So what...

  Film Courage is often asked to review films. At one time we had a few reviewers on board, but no longer provide movie reviews. Here is a list of film reviewers that we've compiled (no...

Michael Hauge: That’s pretty much for both the outer journey and the inner journey level, how Stage 1 and Stage 2 work. Now we come to the second key turning point in what...

Film Courage: Every creative person should consider themselves primarily responsible for the success of their career? Is this true? Gary W. Goldstein: Is it an absolutely true statement that every creative person needs to be...

  Adam Plantenburg: Nice... Owen Garitty: Nice... Adam: You want me to smile at the camera? Be stoic? Just chill? Owen: Are you going to do the Hold on, should I have my tea? Probably. I’ve been sitting...

  Film Courage: Kathie, what is the difference between a low and high-concept movie? And which one favors new writers? Kathie Fong Yoneda: I think that the low-concept favors new writers only because I think studios...

  Film Courage: Where did you grow up? Elias Matar: I was born in Berkeley, California, where my father was finishing his doctoral degree. When I was two years old, we moved back to Syria,...

Film Courage: Writing style versus voice? What are the differences? Jennifer Brody: Well I always talk about what is the difference between character and voice. So character is someone in a story and they are...

  Film Courage: Why is understanding genre so important? John Truby: Genre really is the key to understanding screenwriting today and it comes from what I call the First Rule of Hollywood, which is Hollywood doesn’t...

Film Courage: For your movie 13 SINS, you were hired by Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions? Daniel Stamm: Yes. Film Courage: So where did you meet him? Daniel Stamm: I met him in his office. Film...

Film Courage: Dan, how was it to get your first job as a script reader and (if you can) paint a little bit of your life at that time? Daniel Calvisi: Well, I’d...

  I won’t ever forget the first time I saw Justin Brown. Heather and I had moved to Los Angeles in February of 2011. I was trying to make ends meet working as a freelance production...

    IRAQI ODYSSEY - Trailer (English) from Dschoint Ventschr Filmproduktion on Vimeo.   CONNECT WITH SAMIR: Dvfilm.ch IMDB Facebook.com/iraqiodyssey Twitter.com/samirfilmmaker ABOUT THE FILM: Bombs, war, angry bearded men, shrouded sobbing women, shattered cities: Iraq, as seen through the eyes of the western media...
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