I’ve been privileged enough not only to work as a screenwriter for the last 20 years, but to talk to many other screenwriters about what they do and how they do it. So I am going to steal some screenwriting advice from … [Read more...] about Screenwriting Advice: Write The WORST Scene Ever!
No matter where you are in your filmmaking career, hard work pays off. And while you're probably a super hard worker, you might have also noticed there are many lazy people in Hollywood eager to find someone else to do all … [Read more...] about Warning: Lazy People In Hollywood Can Hurt Your Career
A screenwriter sent me an email saying she understands the need for foreshadowing but wasn't sure how to do it. Of course when it comes to using foreshadowing in your screenplay, the specific content depends on the story but … [Read more...] about How To Use Foreshadowing In Your Screenplay
Shy and awkward is how screenwriter Seth Lochead describes himself. When he was starting out he felt he had to choose between building his career by socializing or by writing a great script. He decided to try to do the … [Read more...] about Screenwriting Tips – Hope for shy screenwriters
As we get closer to an independent filmmaking business driven by video on demand distribution, I am on the hunt for various case studies that can help filmmakers navigate the changing world. I caught wind of an indie … [Read more...] about Filmmaker David Allen Talks Modern Moviemaking and VOD Distribution