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David F. Sandberg, Filmmaker (a.k.a. Ponysmasher on Youtube): It was always my dream to make movies and it was always my dream to be a Hollywood director.

There Is No Story Without Struggle by Barbara Seymour Giordano

Film Courage: What are some common ways people get their own stories wrong? Barbara Seymour Giordano, Writer and Coach, StoryWorksLA: That is a very interesting...

Go Into The Story: Screenwriting 101 by Scott Myers [FULL INTERVIEW]

Film Courage: Scott, what made you want to be a writer? Scott Myers, DePaul University Professor/Screenwriter/Creator Gointothestory.blcklst(dot)com: I grew up an Air Force brat. My...

Joker Didn’t Have Any Reshoots by Cinematographer Lawrence Sher, ASC

Film Courage: What was the most stressful scene while filming JOKER movie? Lawrence Sher, ASC, Cinematographer: That’s a great question… Film Courage:...

Those Who Tell Stories Rule Society by Jason Satterlund

Film Courage: Why have you made storytelling the focus of your life? Jason Satterlund, Filmmaker: Well you know…Plato said He who tells the stories rules society. There...

5 Lessons To Help Filmmakers Make A Feature Film by Antoine Allen

Antoine Allen, Filmmaker: I just wrapped up my second feature film called LOLA. It’s a female boxing film and it came out beautiful. I’m so happy about it…but...

How To Write And Direct A Great Movie by Michael Hauge and Mark W....

Film Courage: Can you explain the collaboration process between writers, directors and producers? Mark Travis: Okay, I would add another category which is actors. Writers,...

Is It A Blessing Or Curse To Have Early Success As A Screenwriter by...

Film Courage: Is early success in the entertainment industry a blessing or a curse? Corey Mandell, Screenwriter/Instructor:  Such a fascinating question. I think it can...

How To Build A Filmmaking Career Off A One Thousand Dollar Movie by Mark...

Film Courage: Mark, are you a Chicago-based filmmaker? Mark Harris, Filmmaker: Yes, I am Chicago (born and raised). Film Courage: Whereabouts in...

JOKER Cinematographer On Why People Love The Movie by Lawrence Sher, ASC

Film Courage: When was the first time you saw the film in its entirety with a large audience and what was your reaction to their reaction?

The Second Stage In A Filmmaker’s Career by James Kicklighter

Film Courage: One of the things we always talk about with film or acting or whatever is when it rains, it pours. And when it dries up,...

What Makes A Good Story? by Scott Myers

Film Courage: What makes a good story? Scott Myers, DePaul University Professor/Screenwriter/Creator Gointothestory.blcklst(dot)com:  A good story? Well you can't stray too far from Aristotle,...

Business and Craft Of Screenwriting by Corey Mandell [FULL INTERVIEW]

Film Courage: What is required to sell your script in the current marketplace? Last time we visited Corey you spoke to us about this six script cycles and having...

Why I Moved To New York With $60 In My Pocket by Dui Jarrod

Film Courage: Did you really move to New York with $60.00 in your pocket? Dui Jarrod, Writer/Director: I did. I went to New York with...

Filmmaker Tara Wood Addresses Harvey Weinstein Controversy In Tarantino Documentary QT8: THE FIRST EIGHT

Film Courage: If I’m understanding this correctly Quentin Tarantino didn’t want to meet with you until the film was finished? 
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