Dramatic Reveals Can Save Your Script!
by Hal Croasmun This article is an excerpt from the “Master The Thriller Genre” class. Maybe you’ve had this experience: I was in a theater last week, watching a thriller with a large audience. There was this moment about half way through when the bad guy was revealed. The moment it happened, the audience gasped!
Ron Chepesiuk (ProSeries 55 and MSC 4) has signed with manager Matthew Valentinas to represent him in all creative projects. This includes screenplays, books, articles, documentaries, consultancies and TV appearances. Before their initial meeting, Matthew Valentinas had followed Ron’s writing career and was a fan of his writing. See Valentinas’ client list on IMDBpro. Ron currently has one project
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If you stand outside a theater as a movie lets out, you’ll see that one out of four people are on their phone. They are either talking with a friend or texting or posting to Facebook/Twitter/Instagram. What are they talking about? The movie! Depending upon the ending, they are either recommending their friend
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ScreenwritingU Alum, Jo Hannah Afton, (ProSeries 52, MSC 4) had her screenplay “Ghost In The Fire” optioned by producer, Darlene Korf-Conte, of 100th Monkey Productions. The project out for funding and the producer is meeting with potential directors. Congrats Jo Hannah on the first of many deals!