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5 Things Every Screenwriter Should Know Before Writing A Blockbuster Movie

5 Things Every Screenwriter Should Know Before Writing A Blockbuster Movie

Screenwriters should always think big in terms of their careers. Blockbuster big. We all want our films to be seen by the largest audience possible. In old studio parlance, the term blockbuster referred to audiences queuing around the block to see a movie, which equated to big box office. The term blockbuster is frequently associated with […]

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A Selection Of Creative Screenwriting Magazine Interviews With Film Screenwriters In 2020

A Selection Of Creative Screenwriting Magazine Interviews With Film Screenwriters In 2020

We love interviewing screenwriters of all stripes at Creative Screenwriting Magazine. It helps other screenwriters better understand their writing process and hopefully improve their own writing. Here is a list of a broad spectrum of interviews from various screenwriters for your enjoyment.   1) “Write From A Global Consciousness” Advises Filmmaker Geoff Johns     […]

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How to Embrace Risk As A Screenwriter

How to Embrace Risk As A Screenwriter

When you’re learning to develop your writing voice, it’s important to understand where inspiration comes from, how to make it personal, how to dive deeply into the research, and also how to rest between sprints of work. At the same time, however, the only true way to discover your voice – and expand it to […]

 Jim

How Screenwriters Can Increase Their Productivity

How Screenwriters Can Increase Their Productivity

Screenwriters are not machines. Sometimes we get into the writing zone and write quality work for hours. But most of the time, we write in fits and bursts and distract ourselves – writing, deleting, staring into space or search dubious terms on the internet without being overly productive. There is a way for screenwriters to […]

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4 Ways To Define Your Future Screenwriting Self

4 Ways To Define Your Future Screenwriting Self

This is not a trick question. Nor is it a time travel movie. People are not static creatures. Neither are screenwriters. We evolve in terms of gaining a stronger grasp of our craft, tour tastes, interests, and influences, and how we are perceived in the industry. Being a working screenwriter is more than churning great […]

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