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Capitalizing God, Mom and Dad

When do you capitalize god, mom and dad?  Based on the frequency with which I encounter these capitalization mistakes while proofreading scripts, there seems to be a lot of confusion surrounding this question. Luckily, there's a really easy trick to remember when to...

PROMISES – TeaDance Film Festival Finalist

The Finals! So, this is cool. My script PROMISES just made the finals of the 2016 TeaDance Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. I'm blessed to have many female friends in the LGBTQ community. As such, we often talk about lesbian movies. Most conversations are variations on:...

Script vs. Movie: THE SHALLOWS

Here's another edition of Script vs. Movie, where I take a look at an early version of a script and compare it to the resulting movie. Today’s Battle: THE SHALLOWS SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! This article only discusses the differences between the...

Valentine’s Day Sneak Peek of TRIPLE TIMe

Time for a montage... Last year, I wrote and directed a little time travel short film called TRIPLE TIMe. It's due out in a few months, but since it was Valentine's Day, I figured I'd release a fun little "falling in love" montage from about the midpoint of the film....

The One Page Challenge

First Impressions Most people who read scripts for a living (producers, agents, managers, etc.) will agree -- they can usually tell whether or not a script is any good by the end of the first page. "What?! But my script really gets going around page 12!" you might...