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Article by Sandra Schrift

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TITLE: How to Create Sizzling Speech and Book Titles AUTHOR: Sandra SchriftCONTACT: sandra@schrift.comCOPYRIGHT:

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Article by Sara L. Gordon

I have read many screenplays and while its not my favorite thing to do (personally I would rather watch a film than read a screenplay any day) I have put together some tips and ideas for screenwriters based on what I have seen over the years.

I remember back when I was in college and took creative writing courses, my professors (like many throughout the world) were of the

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 As screenwriters, it’s always our goal to see our script come to fruition as a film.  But instead of waiting for others to finance our screenplay, some of us step forward bravely and fund our own films.  One such man is Austin Vickers, a former trial attorney living in Phoenix, Arizona.  Austin’s movie is a spiritual and psychological examination of what we can do to improve our lives.  It’s a paradigm-shifting movie in the tradition of What the Bleep Do We Know? and The Secret.  

Listen below to an interview with Austin Vickers, the man behind PEOPLE V. THE STATE OF ILLUSION.  Austin is interviewed by Mitzi Lynton of Dare2create.com

Listen Here to the interview with Filmmaker Austin Vickers 

You just may be inspired to take the bull by the horns and produce your own film.  

 

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How to Write a Movie Script

Article by Valeria Kennedy

Do you need to know how to write a script and what all do you need to keep in mind when you write a script? Well, script writing is no science! So there are no hard and fast rules. But, then again, you need to be able to connect with your audience with it. In this article, we have discussed a few points that might help you with your script writing.-When you decide to begin with movie scriptwriting, the first thing that you need to keep in mind is the story line of your script.-You need to decide on the characters and the placement of these characters. It may be not necessary for you to draft all the characters in one go, but a lot of people prefer doing it, so choose the path that suits your movie scriptwriting.-The next step in script writing would be deciding an outline; if you do not draft your outline properly, your whole movie scriptwriting activity could be ruined.-Maintain a steady tone. Well, you need to remember that script writing is not just about mixing romance, drama action; it

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