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2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 10

[...] this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing prompts. From that, we [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 11

[...] this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing prompts. From that, we [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 12

[...] this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing prompts. From that, we [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 13

[...] this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing prompts. From that, we [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 9

[...] extra motivation for this series — to get people to WRITE PAGES — I am giving away some of my Craft classes to Dialogue-Writing Challenge participants. That’s right: For free! The Craft classes [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 8

[...] extra motivation for this series — to get people to WRITE PAGES — I am giving away some of my Craft classes to Dialogue-Writing Challenge participants. That’s right: For free! The Craft classes [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 6

[...] extra motivation for this series — to get people to WRITE PAGES — I am giving away some of my Craft classes to Dialogue-Writing Challenge participants. That’s right: For free! The Craft classes [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 7

[...] extra motivation for this series — to get people to WRITE PAGES — I am giving away some of my Craft classes to Dialogue-Writing Challenge participants. That’s right: For free! The Craft classes [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 5

[...] As noted in this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing [...]

Interview (Part 4): Michael R. Perry

[...] , I try to capture on paper what it is that makes them interesting, often times by writing dialogue that they might say. I also read broadly; there are writers who can capture everything about [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 9

[...] As noted in this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 10

[...] As noted in this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 11

[...] . To qualify to take one of my Craft classes for free, write and submit ten [10] Dialogue-Writing Challenge posts, then provide feedback on ten [10] posts from other writers. The former to get you [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 12

[...] . To qualify to take one of my Craft classes for free, write and submit ten [10] Dialogue-Writing Challenge posts, then provide feedback on ten [10] posts from other writers. The former to get you [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 13

[...] . To qualify to take one of my Craft classes for free, write and submit ten [10] Dialogue-Writing Challenge posts, then provide feedback on ten [10] posts from other writers. The former to get you [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 10

[...] . To qualify to take one of my Craft classes for free, write and submit ten [10] Dialogue-Writing Challenge posts, then provide feedback on ten [10] posts from other writers. The former to get you [...]

2014 Spec Script Deal List

[...] since I launched the blog in 2008, I do a week-long analysis of the recent year in terms of spec script deals. This week, we look back at 2014. A few things up front. First, my usual caveat: Tracking [...]

2014 Spec Script Sales Analysis: Buyers

[...] Yesterday we looked at 2014 spec script deals by genre. Today we break down the numbers per major studios, mini-majors, subsidiaries, [...]

2014 Spec Script Deals Analysis: Genres

[...] the box office? Impact of so many great comic actors nowadays? * The continued strength of spec script deals in the Drama genre is a surprise. A few years back, adult dramas were supposedly dead. Now [...]

Spec Script Deal: “Darkest Hour”

[...] repped by ICM Partners. By my count, this is the 6th spec script deal in 2015. There were 7 spec script deals year-to-date in 2014. [...]

Daily Dialogue — February 15, 2015

“Ah-ha-ha-ha! Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!” — Parenthood (1989), screenplay by Lowell Ganz & Babaloo Mandel, story by Lowell Ganz & Babaloo Mandel [...]

Daily Dialogue — February 14, 2015

“I’m singing in the rain Just singing in the rain What a glorious feelin’ I’m happy again I’m laughing at clouds So dark up above The [...]

Daily Dialogue — February 16, 2015

On the prison planet of Crematoria, Riddick has located a young woman he thought he left safely hidden away five years earlier. He finds Jack (now cal [...]

Daily Dialogue — February 17, 2015

HUMMEL: I’ll come straight to the point, General Kramer. Eighty-three Force econnaissance Marines have died under my various commands. Forty-seven i [...]

Daily Dialogue — February 18, 2015

[...] proud stance are both mimicked). To lose weight, Sellers took dieting pills for a year. Dialogue On Dialogue: Commentary by Will: “It seems that Inspector Clouseau has finally gotten the upper hand [...]

Daily Dialogue — February 13, 2015

[...] remains the same- in the first scene of each transition he wears a blue plaid shirt. Dialogue On Dialogue: A great moment of cinematic elation as Forrest leaps off his boat to swim over to [...]

Daily Dialogue — February 12, 2015

[...] The Joker’s origins. This was so the character could be presented as an “absolute”. Dialogue On Dialogue: Elation comes in all forms and here, it has a bitter edge. The irony, of course, is that [...]

Daily Dialogue — February 8, 2015

[...] : Pets. Trivia: Skippy, who played Asta the dog, bit Myrna Loy during filming. Dialogue On Dialogue: The “he” is Asta, the dog, and the “gin mill” reference is to Nick’s [...]

Interview (Part 1): Melissa Iqbal (2014 Nicholl Winner)

[...] U.K.-based writers Melissa Iqbal wrote the original screenplay “The Death Engine” which won the 2014 Nicholl Fellowship in [...]

Interview: Melissa Iqbal (2014 Nicholl Winner)

[...] U.K.-based writers Melissa Iqbal wrote the original screenplay “The Death Engine” which won the 2014 Nicholl Fellowship in [...]

Go Into The Story Week In Review: February 9-February 15, 2015

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Interview (Part 6): Melissa Iqbal (2014 Nicholl Winner)

[...] U.K.-based writers Melissa Iqbal wrote the original screenplay “The Death Engine” which won the 2014 Nicholl Fellowship in [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 11

[...] get people to WRITE PAGES — I am giving away some of my Craft classes to Dialogue-Writing Challenge participants. That’s right: For free! The Craft classes highlight key principles and [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 12

[...] get people to WRITE PAGES — I am giving away some of my Craft classes to Dialogue-Writing Challenge participants. That’s right: For free! The Craft classes highlight key principles and [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 13

[...] get people to WRITE PAGES — I am giving away some of my Craft classes to Dialogue-Writing Challenge participants. That’s right: For free! The Craft classes highlight key principles and [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 10

[...] get people to WRITE PAGES — I am giving away some of my Craft classes to Dialogue-Writing Challenge participants. That’s right: For free! The Craft classes highlight key principles and [...]

Movie Trailer: “Spring”

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Movie Trailer: “The Water Diviner”

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Movie Trailer: “Crimson Peak”

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Interview (Video): Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi

[...] whose vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows is opening in theaters: Here is the movie trailer: Here is the opening scene of the movie: Official movie website here. [...]

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2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 10

[...] this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing prompts. From that, we [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 11

[...] this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing prompts. From that, we [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 12

[...] this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing prompts. From that, we [...]

2015 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 13

[...] this post last month: What if in February, we put the spotlight on writing dialogue? A Dialogue-Writing Challenge! Here’s my idea: We crowdsource a bunch of dialogue-writing prompts. From that, we [...]

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