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Great Scenes: Mix 1

January 16, 2017 0 Comment

Today we’ll look at classic scenes, studying the clips/scripts from famous scenes in an effort to help with your dialogue. Not sure if I buy that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. My hope is you can synthesize how these words look on the page and incorporate them with an original touch in your […]

It’s a movie, now what? In Part 4 in our Micro-Budget series we’ll assume the movie is shot and you’re in Post-Production or the marketing phase. We’ve been using the movie I wrote/produced, Chat, as a case-study. Before we get to Sales Agents and Distributors, some life lessons for the writer as your flick hits […]

My new Script Magazine article just came out: How to improve your screenplay dialogue with one simple exercise. Sound like bullshit? Here’s a piece of it, you decide: “Today we’ll try the overheard dialogue exercise, Part 2. You can check part 1 here. Remember, the goal of the exercise is to pick a conversation you […]

The title says it all. All the damn links I accumulated and have laid on you from 2016, and still there are more! Well, this is it– one last list of screenwriting resources for you to check out from last year. Hope they help. And away we go! Fantastic Film Comment article on the making […]

Here’s one for the greats that we lost in 2016. You impacted so many lives and are missed. You are of the ages and will be remembered 100 years from now, and even longer… PATTY DUKE GEORGE KENNEDY PRINCE   ALAN RICKMAN DAVID BOWIE