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Is Hollywood Biased Against Introverts?

I recently listened to the Broken Projector podcast, hosted by screenwriter Geoff LaTulippe and movie critic Scott Beggs, and they interviewed literary manager Michael Botti from Industry Entertainment. 573 more words


Post-MFA Book Review: Getting It Write: An Insider's Guide to a Screenwriting Career

Now that I have finished my M.F.A. in Screenwriting, I have been trying to take some time to think about my future and wrap my head around the many opportunities in the film industry. 1,173 more words


Always Respect The Words

I have one simple writing tip that I’d like to pass along today, Modern Philosophers:

Always respect the words.

I hear so many people say that anyone can be a writer because it’s easy to put down words on paper and then pass them off as a finished story. 560 more words


#Screenwriting: Why I Prefer To Write Female Lead Characters

Many years ago, I took up writing as a teenager because I was very shy. I started with poetry, but as time went on, I eventually wrote books and as of the last few years, screenplays. 1,536 more words


Shepherd or Screenwriter?

I’ve been hard at work on a new screenplay, Modern Philosophers, and things are going well.

At last check, I had written 86 pages and there’s a general understanding of where the story is headed. 629 more words


Monday Morning Coffee Club: Labor Day 2016

Happy Labor Day, Modern Philosophers!

I’m happy to report that I’m celebrating the holiday properly by not working.  After thirteen consecutive days of punching the time clock, I’ve actually allowed myself to go two consecutive days without work. 523 more words