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Thinking about a monologue for your script? Wondering if it’s too much? Writing for the visual medium of film, you have to be half-crazy and really good, along with having a riverboat gambler’s mentality, to pull this off. That monologue you’re writing is going to take multiple screen minutes. How are you planning to visualize […]

Onward with our Best Screenwriting Links series. It occurred to me looking over my archives that among the dozens of amazing websites out there giving away knowledge for free–check the Links page at www.donedealpro.com for about two hundred of them– among these are a handful of ridiculously strong sites that could be featured in and […]

It’s been nearly two years since I first told you folks how CHAT, the micro-budget film I wrote and produced with my partner Boris Wexler, came about. It’s actually been almost three years since the first idea for a script. Then came months of outlining, another 10 months to write four drafts, then months of […]

Action Sequences 2

April 13, 2015 0 Comment

All right, action fans! Let’s pick up where we left off with action sequence stylings that would make Tarantino or Shane Black envious! You can’t steal them outright, but let me remind you, Good Reader–while there are most definitely copyright laws for content, there is no copyrighting a style, how words are laid out on […]

Let’s continue our Screenwriting links series. Today we’ll check out a recent trend you might want to consider when it comes time to writing and selling your script. We’ll concentrate on Indie-budget movies. It doesn’t take a Nostradamus to see, when it comes Indies– the times, they are a-changED. DEATH OF MID-BUDGET CINEMA?   “As […]