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- THE ULTIMATE FILM FESTIVAL SUCCESS & SURVIVAL GUIDE
- Directing Actors in Film
- Documentary Films: 7 Tips for Success
- Don’t Walk! Action Tips for Writers
- First Impressions: Titles & Loglines
- Writing A Movie Script: 21 Things You Should Do To Get Your Screenplay Rejected
- How To Get An Agent: What Agents Want, (and Don’t Want), to See
- So, What’s The Story?
- Creating Character & Characterization in Screenplays
- Making a Great Promotional Trailer
- The Field of Dreams – Conflict as Metaphor
- Subtleties of Subtext: The True Art Of The Writer
- Moondance & Women in Film, Writing & Music
- Music in Film
- Two Brads or Three? Adventures in Judging Screenplay Entries in a Film Festival
- Creating Winning Documentary Films
- Screenwriting: Insider Info
- Pitching Hollywood 2002: The Dolphin in the Shark-Pit
- Interview with Elizabeth English: Founder & Director of the Moondance International Film Festival
- The Making of a Hollywood Film
- Radio Plays are Mind-Movies!
- Lights, Camera, Action ! Adventures in Judging Film Entries in a Film Festival
- Writers: Write What You Know!
- Making a Great Promotional Film Trailer
- Creating Character & Characterization
- The Field of Dreams: Conflict as a Metaphor
- Things You Should Do to Get Your Screenplay Rejected
- Subtleties of Subtext
- Adapting Your Book or Story to a Screenplay