July, 2015
Archive

  • Characters: Why Everybody Loves Them (when they’re great!) 2/2

    In our last post, we discussed four questions you need to ask yourself when you are writing characters.  Now, we’ll finish out the process for helping you create some fantastic characters to put into your script. There’s

    July 30, 2015 • Screenwriting • Views: 507

  • Characters: Why Everybody Loves Them (when they’re great!) 1/2

    You’ve got your idea for the next great screenplay, you’ve finished your outline and the first several scenes are on paper, but you just can’t find the voice of your characters.  How do you begin to flesh them out?  Why

    July 27, 2015 • Screenwriting • Views: 401

  • Writing For the Market

    Your mind is bursting with great ideas and you can’t wait to type those precious words,  Fade In, so you may begin your new journey, the writing of your next screenplay!  But what to write?  How do you go about developing

    July 23, 2015 • Screenwriting • Views: 394

  • 5 Steps to Managing Your Day 2/2

    In the last post, we identified the Five “L’s”: Laser, Learning, Leisure, Longevity and Love, which will help you manage you day better.  In the previous post, we discussed, Laser and Learning.  In this post, we will

    July 16, 2015 • Efficient Work • Views: 373

  • 5 Steps to Managing Your Day 1/2

    Scientific Studies have concluded that there are currently as many hours in a day, as there were 1000 years ago.   Think about that the next time you complain that you just don’t have enough time to finish your script. 

    July 13, 2015 • Efficient Work • Views: 501

  • Who Are You 2/2

    Last post we talked about the importance of Face to Face Interactions in establishing you are in the industry.  Here are the final Two Aspects  2. Social Networking  Be selective when establishing your voice on social

    July 9, 2015 • Thought Processes • Views: 455

  • Who Are You 1/1

    This may sound like a philosophical topic for a college exam, but it’s a question that people don’t ask of themselves often enough.  In any facet of life, who you are can be as important as your skill set. In Hollywood, who

    July 6, 2015 • Thought Processes • Views: 406