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Film Rant: Forget Your Screenplay. Protect Your Ideas.

I understand filmmaker’s concerns with protecting their scripts. Sometimes it’s to keep an ending secret till it hits festivals. Sometimes it’s the fear that someone with immediate resources will take their story and proceed to production before they do. 412 more words

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A Little about me : Screenwriterbari

I’m a Canadian freelance writer with a diverse background of college education with diplomas within the Arts & Architectural Drafting. 573 more words

"REMY"

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A brilliant 7th Grader teams up with the new kid in school to find his long lost father and impress the pretty girl at school. 57 more words

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"AMERICANA"

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A Los Angeles radio personality crashes and burns his career only to find his bliss deep in the heart of Americana.

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Order INTO THE DEVIL'S REACH from AMAZON today!

Hey all! If you’d like to read INTO THE DEVIL’S REACH, my novel is now available in e-book at Amazon for $4.99! More online retailers will come very soon and I’ll keep you updated! 177 more words

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Writing with Actors in Mind

It should go without saying that there are different types of writing. We all seem to instinctively know the difference between a poem and a novel even if we have no understanding of the structural differences between the two. 985 more words

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Character: Dialogue

The discussion about the movie Interstellar with friends this week has brought up an interesting point about dialogue.  The complaint was that some of the dialogue in the movie was pretentious, that the characters were prone to uttering Grand Profundities like “We’ve forgotten who we are, we are explorers, pioneers…we look up at the sky and wonder about our place in the stars.”  Or “…the greatest journey in human history.” An additional complaint was that these types of lines occurred too frequently. 765 more words

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