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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 […]

Birdman

February 18, 2015 0 Comment

SPOILERS! Good Reader, if you haven’t seen the movie Birdman, you might want to pass this week’s entry. We’ll be checking out the script for Birdman, which you can find here.  My over/under on Oscar wins for this movie is 5 including Best Picture, Director, Actor and Original Script, so yeah, I dug it. Inarritu and […]

Hey, I admit it, it’s summer and writing this week’s blog didn’t quite make it to the top of the priority pyramid. Shoot me, but I’m outside actually NOT thinking of screenplays! But, for you true screenwriting junkies, I didn’t want to leave you hanging, so here’s a killer post provided by entertainment lawyer Robert […]

So you’ve got an idea for a screenplay. You’re ready to write it but you’re not sure how to get started. It’s intimidating so you buy a couple screenwriting books, look in on a few of the 10,001 screenwriting websites and blogs, read the message boards on Black List or Done Deal Pro diligently, take […]

It’s lazy summer time again for your humble narrator Peditto. I am “away from the office” in every conceivable way, but Good Reader, in the meanwhile, here are some tips from a guy who can flat out right. Tony Gilroy was recently interviewed by the BBC here, and came up with some incredibly common sense […]

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