This screenwriting interview provides the Hollywood executive’s guide to writing for the green light.
Interviews With Hollywood Professionals
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No matter what happens, you are not in danger… That was the friendly warning at the bottom of my ticket to a performance of America the Beautiful. It probably got your attention. It got mine. I literally double-taked. I thought I was going to kick back at a Slamdance film screening of America The Beautiful […]
If you’re just starting out as a filmmaker, deciding if you should attend a traditional film school is something you need to decide. And it’s a costly decision – some of my friends here in Los Angles are over fifty-thousand dollars in debt…
Filmmaker Alexandra Boylan has gone from a homeless struggling actor to an award-winning film producer. She’s produced, wrote and starred in numerous films that have been distributed through Netflix, Universal Home Studios Entertainment, Pure Flicks and Image Entertainment. Additionally, her films have been on the shelves of Walmart and Redbox. She joins us here today […]
In Donald Cried Jesse Wakeman plays Peter Latang, a slick Wall Street mover and shaker who returns home to working-class Rhode Island for 24 hours to settle his dead grandmother’s affairs. When Peter loses his wallet on the bus, he turns to his next door neighbor and childhood best friend for help, the eccentric Donald, […]
If you were making movies 20 years ago it would cost you 10 times more to make a film. So ask yourself, “why was I given so much talent and born during the third most important time in the history of mankind.” Here you are with a great opportunity and all that talent. Do you really believe the universe would put you here at this time and not finance you? Of course not.