Category Archives: Screenwriting

Craigslist Joe: Creative Inspiration

Not too long ago, my dear friend Joey Garner set out to make a movie. He wanted to see if he could live off of Craigslist for one month. That’s right: no money, no contacts, no housing, no job — … Continue reading

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From Hard Sell to Love and Other Drugs: An Interview with Author Jamie Reidy

By Aaron Godfred, Write In Color contributor When a friend of mine suggested I meet with his good friend Jamie Reidy, the writer of Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to meet … Continue reading

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Screenwriter With A Day Job – An Interview With Bryan Dick

I’ve known Bryan for a year and one thing that’s always impressed me is despite having a full-time job working for Imagine, a major, major, major film and television production company, is this guy writes more than most unemployed screenwriters. … Continue reading

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How To Write Your First Screenplay

Hello, my name is Aaron Godfred and I’m the lucky man married to Write In Color’s Melody Godfred. As a writer myself, I’ve enjoyed and applied many of Write In Color’s tips, suggestions and inspiration to my own work. Melody … Continue reading

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