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.
Writer/Consultant for MGM's "Warriors of Virtue"
Writer/Associate Producer for American Film Corporations' "The Lost Heart", "Born To Kill"
Writer/Director/Producer for Olympus Films+'s "Faces" and "Oh, The Places You Can Go..."
Writer/Director/Producer for Olympus Films+'s "The Sand Creek Massacre" Screenwriter for Incline Productions, Inc.'s "The Crown"
Author of "The Write Focus" and "How To Write, Sell, And Get Your Screenplays Produced"
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Graduate, University of Colorado, B. A. in sociology. Graduate, Hollywood Film Institute, Certified as a writer, director, line producer, producer
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MGM, American Pictures, Incline Productions, Inc. including over 250 writers, directors, producers, and production companies.
Writing screenplays cause the screenwriter to think in action and pictures.
How to help screenwriters write, sell, and get their screenplays produced.
The single, shortest way to selling and getting your screenplays produced is to write what Hollywood produces.
Selling and getting your screenplays produced are like playing the lottery. The odds to succeed are against you. There are far more written screenplays than there are people to buy and produce them.
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Daniel, The film business is subjective. What one person likes, another person might not like it. Just think in terms of discussing a movie that both your friends and you saw. When this happens
Audrey, The questions you ask are penetrating and require some thought. It would take some time and writing to give answers that could be helpful to you. Film is a visual medium. Screenwriting
Hi, Jerry, Think in terms of the tabs on your word processor rather than measuring from margins, etc. Dialogue begins at tab 29 and cuts off at tab 60. Period. That's all there is to it. This
Hello, Here is a link that can be helpful to you: http://makingwebshows.com/web-series-development-part-1/ You can also do an Internet search by typing in your search engine something like this:
Jerry, A rule of thumb to follow when writing time changes is that each time time changes, a new slug line has to be written. In your story, it should look something like this: INT. WHITE HOUSE
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