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“America’s Story, by a Black Woman” Screenwriter Elle Johnson...

Brock Swinson • March 30, 2020

“America’s Story, by a Black Woman” Screenwriter Elle Johnson on ‘Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker’ “I got my start by giving myself a start.Don’t wait for the opportunities to come.You...

10 Simple Rules for the Best Life Ever

John P. Weiss • July 6, 2019

When he first visited the asylum for the mentally disabled, Jean Vanier was overwhelmed by the filth and overcrowding.  It was inhuman. The year was 1964 and Vanier, a French-Canadian philosopher/theologian who had served in the Navy, was...

Moving Beyond Screenplay Structure

John Vourlis • March 14, 2019

I have been studying, practicing, and teaching screenwriting for three decades, and the one thing I’ve learned is that young screenwriters (in experience, not age) struggle to learn the craft. What they don’t always...

What You Need To Know To Graduate From Screenwriter To Film Producer

November 13, 2018

It is no longer enough for screenwriters to write screenplays. In the current film industry climate, screenwriters need to be more proactive in shaping our careers. In many instances, you may need to expand yourself and wear different hats. Creative...

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