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José Luis Vázquez Coriano

Screenwriting, ,brainstorming, copywriting, creative ideas, story & character development, strutcture, characters, plot, Film & Television formats. Screenwriting & Television production professor.

Barry Pearson

I`m a credited writer on nine feature films. My latest movie, IRON ROAD, which stars Peter O'Toole and Sam Neill, opened as feature, then aired as a four-hour miniseries on network television. Sun Li, the Chinese star, won the best actress award at the Roma Fiction Fest recently. I’ve produced more than 300 episodes of television drama, including 13 episodes of Deepwater Black, and 106 episodes of Katts & Dog (Rin-Tin-Tin, K-9 Cop in the U.S.). I've answered over 1200 All Experts questions!

John M. Lovett

I answer questions regarding film production and screenwriting. I will answer questions dealing with screenwriting style, ideas, film production, format, and agents.

Anthony T. Carter

As a active screenwriter and dramatist (playwright/librettist), I have been writing and directing since I was in elementary school. My expertise is in dramtic writing as well as historical research. I have been given such responsibility (dramaturg) for many local theatre productions. bbc

Donald L. Vasicek

Utilizing The Zen of Writing, a writing concept I developed over 40 years of professional writing and filmmaking, I can take you from the inception of your idea to the market. This translates to if you have an idea for a movie or a book, I can guide you through the jungle of writing these tomes all the way to getting it to producers, agents, editors, and/or publishers.

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2016-12-05 adaptation from a novel:

Hi Chuck,  Please send me this last question to my e-mail. I can deal with it faster that way.    Having the latest info about yourself, I would put you in the "sincere writer" category. I'm always amenable

2016-12-02 adaptation from a novel:

Hi Chuck  First of all, let's deal with the issue of what's in the public domain and what's not:    Under current U.S. copyright law, rights to unpublished manuscripts belong to the author and his/her

2016-11-27 adaptation from a novel:

Hi Chuck,    I can steer you in the right direction. That is not an issue. The issue in this situation is that a 1970 successful novel will certainly have been browsed by the wolves in Hollywood. It may

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