The Chronicles of Phoenix was my first official script and I didn’t know what I was doing. I “dove in head first” trying to learn as I went along. Honestly, the story was not flowing. I wasn’t feeling it. I recently switched from writing in a structured format to a freewriting format. I feel like […]
It feels like I have slowed down after months of working on The Chronicles of Phoenix but between trying to do other projects and life I haven’t felt like working on it. I have read some other blogs and also just reading so that I can become a better writer. So I take micro-breaks for a […]
There are a lot of stories, and a lot of mediocrity, but there is a story that hasn’t been told. You have an idea for the perfect story, but you don’t know how to share it with the world. I was in the same position, but through my years of writing, I have learned some […]
Are you an aspiring film maker or just like movies? Reading scripts helps film lovers and those learning the craft have a deeper connection to the movie. With this blog post I’ll go through why a script is important and where to read scripts. Enjoy!
https://giphy.com/embed/XIqCQx02E1U9W via GIPHY ” title=”Kermit” /> A script is what makes the film. Many of the best movies have the best scripts and many great directors have written their own scripts. The script plays a major role; it’s imperative not to have one. As I finish up my own script, I want to share some […]
The Chronicles of Phoenix My script is about a woman from an ancient civilization named Phoenix. Phoenix has just married but after she married her husband (Berrington) her tribe is wiped out. Years after the massacre, Phoenix goes back to the land to soul search. While she writes in her journal a comet crashes […]
The Chronicles of Phoenix update It’s been an odd couple of months while writing my script. My life is tearing apart and possibly getting better (hoping for good things). A lot of events have been happening. But overall, I have been working on my script and nearing the end of the second draft. I am hesitant to […]