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From Little Red Riding Hood to Breaking Bad, the finest stories ever written have a moral argument at their roots. Understanding the morality in your story will help you...   Read More
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When does a screenwriter need a budget for her film? Never. There. You can stop reading this article now. Or can you? The truth is...   Read More
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Essentially, there are three things to keep in mind when you embark on any creative endeavour aimed at the television makers and audience.   Read More
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If you want to work on the most important thing of the day, do it first thing. Writing in the morning may be difficult, but once you build it into your morning routine little by little, it will be as essential as brushing your teeth.   Read More
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How long can I wait? Screenwriters ask me that all the time, becoming impatient and anxious that their script is taking so long to make it to the screen. My answer surprises them: Don’t wait at all.   Read More
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Being a stickler about my story-breaking is one of the key reasons I’ve managed to sustain a 20+ year successful writing career.   Read More
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We all know that sitting in front of your computer agonizing over every word is nearly always counterproductive, not to mention crazy making. So let’s start over--by taking a solemn oath that you’ll never again sit down without knowing what you’re going to write before you sit down.   Read More
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The studio system is very political. I have dabbled in it a few times and it is just a world I am not comfortable with at this point in my career. My motivation for filmmaking is simple: I want to be able to create things I like, with people I like and enjoy myself while doing it. That is the definition of MY success.   Read More
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Writing a limited-location script can be tough. Sure, we could come up with another premise about a man who invades a home and terrorizes a woman, but can we make our script shine? Even if you come up with an angle, obstacles exist when you sit down to write a one-location script.   Read More
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Believe it or not, many of the kid films out there today are not only stellar examples of impressive scripts, but downright stronger films than much of what’s being peddled to adult audiences.   Read More
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