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Writing a Logline
Screenplay Formatting
Staring Down the Blank Page
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Don't Hide It!
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Did You Know You Were In Sales?
This Is a Story About…
Drama Is Conflict and Conflict Is Drama
Put Your Butt in the Chair and Keep It There
Writing Is Rewriting
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What I Really Want to Do Is Act
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Font
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Put Creativity on a Schedule
Avoid Idea Rot!
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What Is the Main Character's False Goal?
What Is the Main Character's True Goal?
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Polish
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Sloppy Surely Won’t Sell
Nobody’s Perfect
Your Competition
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United States Copyright Office
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Diesel Café, Somerville, MA
What is Your Goal?
Northampton Independent Film Festival
The Construction of a Logline
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Screen Writing Frequently Asked Questions
How do I follow screenplay format?
How do I dream up a movie idea?
How do I sell my work?
How do I obtain representation?
Where do writers hang out?
Do I have to move to Hollywood?
How do I develop a character?
How do I know I am a writer?
How do I make a story believable?
How do I add direction to dialog?
How do I get input on my writing?
Do I edit?
How do I use my cover?
Is craft important?
How do I harness creativity?
How do I stand up for my art?
How do I stay focused on my writing?
How do I market?
Should I rewrite?
Will I get rich writing?
Should I hire a consultant?
What is important to remember regarding creativity?
Will make money writing?
How do I get into screenwriting?
Do I need to rewrite after my first draft?
What is the upside of the writer´s life?
How do I get representation?
How do I keep the audience´s attention?
What will I write for Hollywood?
How do I bind my screenplay?
How do I write everyday?
How do I register my script?
What shows may educate me about screenwriting?
How do I get into directing?
How do I write transitions?
How do I write shots and camera angles into my scripts?
How do I write dialog?
What is my role as a screenwriter?
How do I keep track of ideas?
How do I write everyday?
What would I offer Hollywood as a screenwriter?
How do I use writing to get into acting?
Can my writing be stolen?
How do I keep the reader reading?
How do I indicate voiceover, or off screen dialog?
How do I begin a screenplay?
Should I outline?
Where can I see movies or shows made from good scripts?
How do I end a script?
How do I give copyright notice?
How do I keep readers interested?
How do I market my writing?
What festivals should I attend?
How do I write a logline?
Where else can I learn more about screenwriting?
Where can I find exposure for my writing?
I have an idea for a screen play. However, I am not really sure how to write to that format. Can you help direct me to a screen play format. Thanks.
An agent has asked me to write a "Blurp/Logline" about my screenplay. What is a Blurp/Logline?


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