TBT: The First Short Film I Worked On

Totally forgot about this little gem… probably the very first short film I was ever involved with, “Full Access“. Continue reading TBT: The First Short Film I Worked On

Should You Give Up Equity In Your NanoBudget Film?

I’m torn on this…

If you win this competition with your contained-budget screenplay, you’ll get the 7K you need to make your film in exchange for 30% of the profits. Continue reading Should You Give Up Equity In Your NanoBudget Film?

This Facebook Video of an Alien Interview is Marketing Magic

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Small. Impactful. Thematic. Achievable (with the right skills.)
Continue reading This Facebook Video of an Alien Interview is Marketing Magic

Never Forget Gene Wilder

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Okay, I have no business laying high expectations on a meme, or any clickbait content from the likes of most content farms. Continue reading Never Forget Gene Wilder

Kurt Vonnegut On The Shape Of Story

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Photo of Kurt Vonnegut from an appearance on WNET-TV

I’ve shared this video in the context of another post… but I thought it really deserved its own space. Continue reading Kurt Vonnegut On The Shape Of Story

224,000 Visits And Counting

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Wow! This week I passed 224,000 total visits on my site since I started counting in 2011.

That’s kind of crazy.

Thank you!

Stop Trying To Build An Audience For Your Film

My buddy Jason over at Filmmaking Stuff shared this meme, and I really dug it. Continue reading Stop Trying To Build An Audience For Your Film

Data Mining Reveals the 6 Basic Emotional Arcs of Storytelling

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Courtesy MIT Tech Review

This is a fascinating take on using Big Data to arrive at (or at least confirm) a result that we’ve seen demonstrated in many screenwriting books. Continue reading Data Mining Reveals the 6 Basic Emotional Arcs of Storytelling