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How Can One Movie Have Four Different Titles? by Brian Avenet-Bradley

Film Courage: You’ve brought 7 DVDs here and they all have amazing covers. You were telling us off-camera that some of them are actually the same films...

How Frank Coraci Booked His First Hollywood Directing Job

Film Courage: …So it goes to home video and meanwhile, how long then before you get your next job which is THE WEDDING SINGER?

How Does Someone Know Their Movie Idea Sucks? by Erik Bork

Film Courage: What makes a great story? Erik Bork, Screenwriter/Author: Wow, that’s a great question. A very big broad question. What makes a great story...

Stunning Surprise Two In A Screenplay by CSUN Professor Eric Edson [Screenwriting Masterclass]

In the first two weeks of the Fall semester, California State University, Northridge screenwriting professor Eric Edson presents PowerPoint lessons to the entering first year grad MFA class. He...

9 Reasons To Be A Writer by Josh Healey

Film Courage: Why do you write? Josh Healey, Writer/Producer/Comedian — The North Pole Show: Why do I write? Ooohhh…you’re asking the big questions. I write because I...

Why I Quit Working For A Hollywood Director by Adam William Ward

Film Courage: What keeps you here now? Adam William Ward, Actor/Director: In Los Angeles? I love the city and have been luck enough when I...

Being A Successful Filmmaker Starts With Business by Mark Harris

Film Courage: To go into your story a little more, what businesses did you start before making films? Mark Harris, Filmmaker: I used to have...

Biggest Mistakes A Director Can Make On The First Day Of Production by James...

Film Courage: What are the biggest mistakes you’ve made on the first day of shooting? James Kicklighter, Filmmaker: I think some of the biggest mistakes...

The Problem With ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD by Erik Bork

Film Courage: I’m hoping we can talk about the Quentin Tarantino film ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD? I know you just wrote a blog post, it’s Flying...

Stunning Surprise One In A Screenplay by CSUN Professor Eric Edson [Screenwriting Masterclass]

In the first two weeks of the Fall semester, California State University, Northridge screenwriting professor Eric Edson presents PowerPoint lessons to the entering first year grad MFA class. He...

What Makes A Great Movie Director? by David F. Sandberg

Film Courage: How do you get comfortable telling people what to do, especially if you feel like they have more experience than you? David...

The 90-Day Screenplay: From Concept-To-Polish by Alan Watt [FULL INTERVIEW]

Film Courage: Alan, your bio says you taught screenwriting at a maximum-security prison? Alan Watt, Author/Screenwriter and :Yes. Film Courage: So...

Fastest Way To Learn Screenwriting by Matthew Kalil

Film Courage: What’s the fastest way to learn screenwriting? Matthew Kalil, Author/Screenwriter/Director: The fastest way to learn screenwriting is very easy…read scripts. It’s that simple....

It’s Better To Work With Hollywood Than Against It by Daniel Stamm

Film Courage: Someone on Twitter responded to one of our Tweets. The Tweet was for our video “Which scripts does Hollywood want? Most screenwriters are writing the...

Advice To 20-Year-Olds On Being A Filmmaker by Gavin Michael Booth

Film Courage: What would you tell a 20-year-old filmmaker on the realities of making a living as a filmmaker? Gavin Michael Booth, Writer/Director/Cinematographer:  It's...
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