New Screenwriting System

In a previous post, I mentioned how my world (as an indie producer) would be a lot more fun if all the screenwriters who pitched me movie ideas actually had a finished screenplay. As you probably know, there are lot of folks with amazingly awesome ideas, but for the most part – those ideas never make their way to finished material.

Why is this?

You probably have your own opinions. But I think the major reason more writer-producers, writer-directors and full fledged screenwriters do not finish what they start is based on two very real factors:

  1. Fear of rejection. (Well, after you peel away all the excuses and reasons for procrastination.)
  2. Lack of a step-by-step screenwriting system to make your good ideas into great movie scripts.

So I wanted to announce a new screenwriting system. Based on my decade making movies (and prior to that, reading and writing coverage for a producer in New York City) – I have created a product that will provide you with a step-by-step, fill in the blank approach to writing a movie script – from the perspective of an experienced indie producer.

If you decide to utilize the system, you will see that the system consists of two parts. The first 50 pages (and over 90 minutes of MP3 Audio recording) is going to provide insight on movie scripts from an indie producer’s perspective.

The second part will provide you with a step-by-step, fill-in the blank, screenwriting template that will allow you to take your ideas out of the air and put them on paper faster than you ever thought possible.

And as you work through the system, you’ll find out what producers look for in a script. You’ll know the 7 surefire ways to get your read and not recycled. And you will also learn a thing or two about producing indie films. (Many of you are writing today, but would like to produce and direct in a few years.) By the end of this, you will know if you should sell your screenplay or produce it yourself.

If you’re interested in getting the system, or learning more, CLICK HERE

Comments

  1. John Bernhardt says

    Jason:
    Fascinating site. My son and I wrote a screenplay, and now I’m not really sure what to do with it. He was in high school and was interested in film and entertainment. I feared he was more spectator than participant, so I bought Syd Fields Screenwriting Workshop and over the next two years, on and off, we wrote a screenplay. The process was a real father/son adventure with many writing weekends at our lake camp. It worked well for him, he’s a sophomore at SUNY Purchase in the Cinema Studies program. Back home, I have this screenplay we completed as an exercise but wonder if it has merit and I’m not really sure where to go with it. I’m hoping to pick up some tips on your site.

    John Bernhardt

  2. John Bernhardt says

    Jason:
    Fascinating site. My son and I wrote a screenplay, and now I’m not really sure what to do with it. He was in high school and was interested in film and entertainment. I feared he was more spectator than participant, so I bought Syd Fields Screenwriting Workshop and over the next two years, on and off, we wrote a screenplay. The process was a real father/son adventure with many writing weekends at our lake camp. It worked well for him, he’s a sophomore at SUNY Purchase in the Cinema Studies program. Back home, I have this screenplay we completed as an exercise but wonder if it has merit and I’m not really sure where to go with it. I’m hoping to pick up some tips on your site.

    John Bernhardt

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