Archive for November, 2010


Michael Hauge has taught screenwriting to over 30000 writers and filmmaker and coached hundreds on their screenplays and pitches. Now he shares with you the final essential skill you must have to be a successful screenwriter the pitch which will enable you to get your screenplay read. A must have book: Selling Your Story in 60 Seconds.

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Another shaky yet profound excerpt from Harlan Ellison with Christian Divine at the 2003 Creative Screenwriting Expo. Here, Ellison offers a righteous rant on information versus creation rights. Woe to those who cross him. Please Support the Writers! unitedhollywood.com

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Take an online movie making class from Emmy Award winner Doug Bocaz-Larson at NMSU-Grants starting in October 2010 (CMT120). Learn about the free script writing program called Celtx www.celtx.com and learn some tips on the basics of screenwriting in the process. See free scripts from Doug at http

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Screenwriter John August works through a scene to improve the scene description. You learn much more about screenwriting at johnaugust.com.

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Julian’s actors reel


My education came from acting teacher legends; SANFORD MEISNER, BOBBY LEWIS, as well as MARTIN BARTER at the famous; NEIGHBORHOOD PLAYHOUSE. Furthermore, I spent six of those years in New York City as a mobile Disc Jockey to supplement my acting career. I also started my career in the filmmaking side of the business by attending THE SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS in New York City, where I studied screenwriting and directing. I moved to Los Angeles in 1996 to further my acting career in film and television, having studied with LARRY MOSS, IVANA CHUBBUCK and AARON SPEISER. I also continued my filmmaking education at UCLAs extension course for filmmaking. I studied screenwriting and directing.

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