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Beverly Hills, CA
I am an award winning Writer-Director
Interests: Film making, television sitcom directing and creating, roller hockey at beach, luxury travel to Europe and Asia, I was a chef for years and can cook anything you like, making people laugh
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Three changes in film making for actors and screenwriters to know to succeed Continue reading
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Posted Mar 2, 2011 at Writing for Academy Winners
Follow these Top 5 rules to advance faster as a Screenwriter, or to find a Screenwriter for Hire that will serve you well Continue reading
WRITING FOR ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS I’ve mentioned in other blogs how rare it is to find Producers that know how to improve a script nowadays. This was mandatory a few decades ago. I think that the digital age and expansion of film schools allowed more Producers to rush ahead to production. In my mind, hey, it’s great that they get to produce a film. But steps along the way – steps learning the elements of better storytelling – are often skipped. That is why you hear so many bizarre comments in studio meetings about rewrites on your scripts. Here you... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2011 at Writing for Academy Winners
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