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Screenwriting and the Shooting Script

The shooting script is created right after your film enters pre-production. Ideally, the director and cinematographer will work side-by-side while determining the desired shots for your film. Think of the shooting script as an elaborate version of your screenplay. Continue reading

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Writing out Charlie Sheen

CBS should hold a national casting call to fill the role of Charlie’s half brother. Think of the media frenzy… this approach would keep Two and a Half Men on top of the ratings chart. Imagine “CharliesHalfBrother” on twitter and Facebook.
Two and a Half Men CAN continue without Charlie Sheen but in order to work, Charlie Harper must die. The writers of Two and a Half Men just need to continue doing what they have been doing all along, writing some of the best material on TV. Continue reading

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Here’s the Pitch

Storyteller is up to Bat – Here’s the Pitch I haven’t actually performed a “live pitch”, or even pitched over the phone. Though, the art of the pitch and what’s involved is constantly on my mind. Based on my own … Continue reading

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So, You Want To Be In Pictures?

So, You Want To Be In Pictures? The last thing you want to happen….
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