Posts Tagged ‘screenwriting’

IFH 240: How to Work the Film & Television Markets with Heather Hale

How to Work the Film & Television Markets with Heather Hale Today’s guest is Heather Hale, author of How to Work the Film and TV Markets: A Guide for Content Creators. Heather Hale is a film and television director, screenwriter and producer with over 50 hours of credits. She is currently under contract to direct an indie romantic comedy.…

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Top 10 Must Listen to Screenwriting Podcasts

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Indie Film Hustle & Bulletproof Screenplay’s Top 10 Screenwriting Podcasts Screenwriting Podcasts are a treasure trove of knowledge for the aspiring or professional screenwriter. Indie Film Hustle has put together the Top Ten must listen to screenwriting podcast of the last year. The list below is a whos who in the screenwriting world. Be sure to take…

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BPS 010: How to Write a Screenplay That Sells with Michael Hauge

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How to Write a Screenplay That Sells with Michael Hauge You are in for a treat. This week’s guest, MICHAEL HAUGE has been one of Hollywood’s top script consultants, story experts, and authors for more than 30 years. He coaches screenwriters, novelists, filmmakers, professional speakers, internet marketers and corporate leaders, helping transform their stories and their audiences using…

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BPS 009: How Marketable is Your Film Idea or Screenplay?

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How Marketable is Your Film Idea or Screenplay? So how marketable is your film idea or screenplay? I know so many screenwriters and filmmakers who spend months and sometimes years on an idea that is cool to just themselves. Depending on what you are attempting to achieve with your story, you should always figure out…

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BPS 008: How to Make a Good Script Great with Linda Seger

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How to Make a Good Script Great with Linda Seger Linda Seger is a legend when it comes to screenwriting coaching and script consultant. She’s been coaching for over 30 years and pretty much invented the job title. After reading her best-selling book, “Making A Good Script Great” I had to have her on the show. She’s  best known for her…

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BPS 004: How to Sell Your Screenplay with Ashley Scott Meyers

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How to Sell Your Screenplay with Ashley Scott Meyers Today’s guest is screenwriter/podcaster Ashley Scott Meyers from Sellingyourscreenplay.com. Ashley is a working screenwriter in Hollywood. He also spends his time running a popular screenwriting blog and podcast. His focus is on helping you sell your screenplay. Here’s a bit of his philosophy in his own words: If…

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BPS 003: Making It in Hollyweird as a Screenwriter with Doug Richardson

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Making It in Hollyweird as a Screenwriter with Doug Richardson Can you imagine having a front row seat to the start of the filmmaking careers of Will Smith, Bruce Willis and Michael Bay? Well this week’s guest Screenwriter Doug Richardson did just that. In 1989 20th Century Fox hired Doug to adapt Walter Wager’s novel 58 Minutes into the…

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BPS 002: How to Write a Screenplay with Fight Club Screenwriter Jim Uhls

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First Rule of Jim Uhls, YOU DO NOT TALK ABOUT Jim Uhls! We I have a MAJOR treat for the tribe this week. I have no other than Jim Uhls, the master screenwriter behind David Fincher’s “Fight Club”, one of the greatest films in my generation, in my humble option. When Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club was making the rounds in Hollywood, it was a…

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BPS 001: What Makes a Good Screenplay with John Truby

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What Makes a Good Screenplay with John Truby Today’s guest blew my mind on his approach to storytelling and screenwriting. John Truby is one of Hollywood’s premier screenwriting instructor and story consultant.Over the last 25 years, more than 50,000 people have attended his sold-out seminars around the world, with the American Film Institute declaring that his…

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