Archive for December, 2010


How does adding a plot goal to your story or film idea make it pop? Part 9 of a 20 step free online screenwriting class from MyFlik.com!

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Part 3 of a free 90 minute online screenwriting class from MyFlik.com. Based on the book “Developing Digital Short Films” and the new 20 hour DVD workshop “Writing A Great Script Fast.”

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In this FINAL DRAFT version 8 Feature Highlight video, we are going to review various reports available in FINAL DRAFT version 8. We will show you how to create and print reports as well as to find the right report for the situation you are in. For more information, please go to: finaldraft.com SEARCH WORDS: final draft version marc madnick video tutorial screenwriting scriptwriting lessons script screenplay scriptnotes notes how to

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Iconic author Ray Bradbury and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner talk with LATimes.com blogger Geoff Boucher (Hero Complex) about how TV and radio inspired Fahrenheit 451, the connection between the novel and Playboy magazine and why Bradbury thinks of himself as a “pomegranate.”

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Visit my screenwriting blog at www.myothercareer.wordpress.com In this video I wanted to take some time to talk to people who’ve already written stuff in Word, or TextPad, or Wordpad, or some other word processing software, but are hesitant about getting software like FInal Draft because they think they’ll have to write everything all over again. Well, you won’t have to. Final Draft 7 has some tools that will allow you to paste in what you’ve written, and then reformat everything within Final Draft so that your screenplay meets all traditional screenplay format requirements. And most importantly, it will save you from having to rewrite everything you’ve already got on file.

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