by Craig Kellem The following is an excerpt from GET IT ON THE PAGE: Top Script Consultants Show You How by Craig Kellem and Judy Hammett. The book is currently available on Amazon. This is a fast world in which we live. And how anxious we all are to get directly to our (hopefully) plentiful destinies. Perhaps... Continue Reading →
The following is an excerpt from Erik Bork's new book, The Idea: The Seven Elements of a Viable Idea for Screen, Stage or Fiction. by Erik Bork (@flyingwrestler) I have come to believe that 60 percent or more of what makes a film or TV project potentially successful (or not) is the core idea that could... Continue Reading →
by Aaron Mendelsohn (@amendelsohn) I don’t love the story-breaking process. It’s like putting on sunscreen when all I really want to do is get outside and play with my kids. It’s like doing push-ups before breakfast. I whine about it, I put it off, I dread it every time. And every time, I’m really, really... Continue Reading →
You have to follow [a question] through production, post-production, and then some. If you can ever get into something and have it all figured out, then you probably shouldn’t make a film about it. Then, you’re done.
An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all.