How I Fought Through Creative Depression – Dui Jarrod — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: We talked earlier about where there was a time where you got kind of stuck in this place where you could not really move. You didn’t want to do this, you did not want to do that and you did not know it was depression. Can you talk about what happened? Dui Jarrod, […]

How I Fought Through Creative Depression – Dui Jarrod — FilmCourage.com

An Original Movie Idea Is Just The First Step — Julian Shaw — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: Your intuition is very powerful for you (your gut check). You have this intuition about this film which was entitled RUIN ME at the time (later changed to USE ME) and you’re several months into it. You’re trying to write this screenplay but you’re struggling. How was this for you because you know […]

An Original Movie Idea Is Just The First Step — Julian Shaw — FilmCourage.com

5 Filmmaking Tips For Anyone Who Wants To Make A Movie — Alex Munoz — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: Can you give us five filmmaking tips for anyone who wants to make a movie? Alex Munoz, Filmmaker and Founder of FYI Films: First of all have a good screenplay. That’s the most important thing. Have a good screenplay. Number 2 — make sure you have the resources to make the film. Don’t […]

5 Filmmaking Tips For Anyone Who Wants To Make A Movie — Alex Munoz — FilmCourage.com

A Great Way To Write Authentic Characters Is To Workshop Your Script - Patricia Vidal Delgado — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: Everyone talks about writing authentic characters. We all want that and want to watch that. But how do you know you’re writing an authentic character and how easy is it? Patricia Vidal Delgado, Writer/Director: I think that especially if you are writing about anyone who isn’t you I think it’s very important to […]

A Great Way To Write Authentic Characters Is To Workshop Your Script - Patricia Vidal Delgado — FilmCourage.com

Don’t Know How To Start A Screenplay? — Naomi Beaty — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: How should a writer start a screenplay? Naomi Beaty, Writer, Screenwriting Teacher and Consultant: I think if you want to write a screenplay you should take the path of least resistance. Start the screenplay however feels easiest and most fun to you. If you don’t know where to start I think a good place to start […]

Don’t Know How To Start A Screenplay? — Naomi Beaty — FilmCourage.com

Mistakes That Screenwriters Make On Page 1 – Shannan E. Johnson — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: What are the biggest mistakes a screenwriter makes on Page 1? Writer/Instructor and Script Consultant Shannan E. Johnson (The Professional Pen): I think one of the biggest mistakes is jumping into something that is not going to teach us anything, it doesn’t matter to the story but you think it’s cool. Understanding that those first few […]

Mistakes That Screenwriters Make On Page 1 – Shannan E. Johnson — FilmCourage.com

A Writer Doesn’t Need A Clear Vision Of The Ending When They Begin – Rachel K. Ofori — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: Do you have a clear vision of an ending when you start a script? Or does it come to you as the story progresses? Rachel K. Ofori, Producer/Writer: I have an ending for not actually what happens but how I want someone to feel. If I want an audience to leave this feeling […]

A Writer Doesn’t Need A Clear Vision Of The Ending When They Begin – Rachel K. Ofori — FilmCourage.com

3 Tips To Help Filmmakers With Their Crew Members – Ryan Harriss — FilmCourage.com

My name is Ryan Harriss and in 2018 I directed, produced and co-wrote my first feature film called ZOOEY. ZOOEY is a low-budget to no-budget feature about a young boy who over the course of a summer escapes from his abusive stepfather and goes to stay in this kind of janky motel. It’s at this […]

3 Tips To Help Filmmakers With Their Crew Members – Ryan Harriss — FilmCourage.com

Frame by Frame, Letter by Letter — Off The Script Films

Going Off The Script It’s amazing the things a person can accomplish when struck by utter boredom and unlimited amounts of time. I happen to be one of those people who go insane without a project to work on, so, I decided to create this website in an attempt to bring filmmakers from all around, […]

Frame by Frame, Letter by Letter — Off The Script Films

“Forget It Jake, It’s Chinatown” — Off The Script Films

Recently, I watched the film “Chinatown” (1974) directed by Roman Polanski with my dad. You’ll notice it is this weeks (June 1, 2020) movie of the week. I was utterly amazed by not only the storyline and shot composition but by how beautiful and disturbing the film was at the same time. Now, if you’ve […]

“Forget It Jake, It’s Chinatown” — Off The Script Films