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Power Of Great Characters by Adam Cushman — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: What are some of your favorite film characters of all time and what makes them so cherished? Writer/Director/Actor Adam Cushman: Cherished characters, that’s a great question. Usually it’s the film’s you get asked about. Randle P. McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Nick Cage’s character in Leaving Las Vegas, Bodhi in Point […]

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This Is How A Director Can Ruin An Actor’s Performance by Chloe Carroll — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: What were things you learned in acting school that you thought might be helpful if ever directing other actors? Chloe Carroll, Actor/Director: I think to be a good director it’s good to put yourself in the actor’s position for at least just one time and vice versa. There are a lot of things […]

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Screenwriters Need Different Piles For Their Screenplays by Markus Redmond — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: Should a screenwriter have different piles for completed screenplays? Markus Redmond, Actor/Writer/Director/Producer: Yes, absolutely. You should know your stuff that is good for the marketplace and you should know stuff that you want…if that’s the career you want. Some writers just want to be writers, that’s all they want to do. They just […]

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Harsh Truths About Being A Screenwriter by Mark Sanderson — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: What do you wish you’d known before starting down this screenwriting path? Mark Sanderson, Screenwriter/Author: I wish I’d known how difficult it would be and how much of my life (of my choice — not complaining) would have been given up for it and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I could change a […]

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Interview with Screenwriter John T. Frederick (THE NEED FOR SOMETHING NEW) — Matthew Toffolo’s Summary

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? John T. Frederick: A screenwriter, “a bull without balls,” eight days from 60, heads into The Great Southwest, searching for beauty, purpose… and a new story to share. What genres does your screenplay fall under? It’s an Adventure/Fantasy Road Pic Why should this screenplay be made into a […]

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