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What I Wish I Knew About Filmmaking Years Ago — Aaron Fradkin

What do you know about filmmaking that you wish you knew before? Aaron Fradkin, Writer/Director/Youtuber: I think the biggest thing that I’ve learned is the...

Filmmakers Are Afraid To Ask Distributors This Question – Jeff Deverett

Film Courage: “How much money do you think my movie can generate?” Is this a smart question for a filmmaker to ask a distributor or will this...

Never Let Anyone Tell You That Every Story Has Already Been Told - Jeff Kitchen

Film Courage: Never let anyone tell you that a story has already been told? Jeff Kitchen, Dramatist / Author / Founder / Consultant: That’s a...

Main Two Benefits To Working For Free On A Movie Set — Shaun Paul...

Film Courage: When you first moved to Los Angeles and started working whether a little side job or in the industry, did you work any jobs for free? Were...

Best Way For A Writer To Learn Their Characters — Adam Cushman

Film Courage: How do you keep an audience guessing and surprise them with plot twists? Writer/Director/Actor Adam Cushman: The only feature of the two that...

Writing Authentic Characters And Making Movies – Patricia Vidal Delgado [FULL INTERVIEW]

Film Courage: When you were growing up how many people around you had a passion for filmmaking? Patricia Vidal Delgado, Writer/Director: My dad was...

Toxic Crew Members Who Want To Overthrow The Director – Brad Sykes

Film Courage: To be on set and see someone's power usurped? Brad Sykes, Writer/Director: Yes, to see scenes were literally there was an actor...

You Can’t Make A Good Movie For $20,000 - Geoff Ryan

Film Courage: Geoff, can we talk about the budget for FRAY? I understand you financed it through various jobs? Geoff Ryan, Writer/Director: Yes, I was kind...

5 Things That Make A Film Look Low Budget – Shane Stanley

Film Courage: What are some of the things that independent filmmakers skip over and say I don't need to spend a lot of money on that, but...

Characters Are Harder To Write Than Plot – Victoria Fratz

Film Courage: Do you write out all of the key beats before starting your script? Victoria Fratz, Actress/Producer/Writer: I've done both. Occasionally (more times...

Stop The Negative Voice And Write Great Stories — Barbara Seymour Giordano [FULL INTERVIEW]

Film Courage: What was your childhood dream? Barbara Seymour Giordano, Writer and Coach, StoryWorksLA: That’s a big question, what was my childhood dream? My childhood...

What Does It Take For A Movie To Make You Cry? – Adam Cushman

Film Courage: What does it take for a movie to make you cry? Writer/Director/Actor Adam Cushman: Ooh...I don't know if it takes one thing? I...

What Screenwriters Get Wrong With Producer Notes – Mark Sanderson

Film Courage: Mark you added off-camera some interesting tidbits about writers that you were surprised by? Mark Sanderson, Screenwriter/Author: Yes, sometimes when I consult I...

How To Develop A Movie Idea In 10 Minutes – Van Ditthavong

Film Courage: Van if we were going to get a seven minute lesson from you on writing a screenplay, I’ve never written a screenplay before but I...
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