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“As they say, ‘writers write.’ We research, we observe, we recall, we imagine; we figure it out. I’ve written scripts featuring cops, crooks, convicts, lawyers, athletes, shrinks, politicians, soldiers, moguls, actors, realtors, sex workers and sex addicts--and I am none of those things. What I am is a writer.”
Gary Goldstein
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He Writes like a Girl!
Gary Goldstein looks beyond the adage of writing what you know, and offers advice on writing for characters of the opposite sex.
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“Payoffs represent the emotional pulse of the story, driving into the viewer the theme and consequences. As the character react, the audience must react as well.”
Art Holcomb
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“A script has to do more that tell a story. It must immediately evoke in the mind of the reader not only clear image of the tale itself, but inspire the listener to consider devoting years of their lives to bringing this film concept to both artistic fullness and to the marketplace.”
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“If, as a person, you are hesitant to mine your own pain and emotions, there is little hope for expressing them in a compelling way on the page.”
Art Holcomb
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