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Action Adventure Comedy. Toy Story 3 Toy Story 2 Toy Story Vulnerability is powerful. Being an artist is some raw shit, guys. We are constantly putting ourselves out into the world, opening ourselves to criticism, failure, rejection. We want a good story, and good stories come with conflict. We want to hear about the failed battles, the missteps, the total demolition of hopes and dreams. The professional writers brought to us in the Lab were inspiring. On paper, they were phenomenal people, possibly superhuman—but sitting across from us during our intimate conversations, they were mere human beings, just like us.
We were all a part of a tradition of writers who had fallen in and out of love time and again, but who kept their noses to the grindstone to reach their dreams.
This was the journey we signed up for, and we had to see it through to the end. Within months of completing the program, I was connected to other Film Independent family members that brought new writing opportunities and continued to open some really big doors. Film Independent President Josh Welsh gladly recommended me for writing opportunities as well, finding time in his busy schedule to not only send a recommendation, but also personally respond to a thank you note I emailed him.
To have an organization care about you and your work that deeply is something else.
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They gave me the courage to fall in love again. I could have sat here and written about the amazing feedback I got on my script and the teachings on the mechanics of screenwriting I gleaned from guest speakers—and yes, that was all incredible as well—but what I gained was so much more: Trust. Trust that there are people in the industry looking out for me, willing to give much more than they want to take.
A trust that, even in this tough business, you can still connect with that first spark that lit your artist soul up so long ago. Because the truth is the stories that everyone shares about how harsh this industry is, how you have to build a thick skin, and how the hustle never ends are all true. But there also needs to be a balance, an equally strong voice constantly reminding you that your dreams are more than possible.
Film Independent walks this path with you. It's also a very original approach, unlike many tired "how to write fiction" books that try to reinvent Vogler's hero's journey concepts, with varying success. This book really DOES give you tools to work with, no matter what your genre.
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Big time. Yes, the book has a few typos fewer than most self-published books I've read. Yes, he references his own works when he can I thought that was kind of charming, and a reminder that he knows what he's talking about.
And yes, he does repeat some of what's in his respected Blue Book series, but a LOT of this book is fresh material. Even better, this book assembles Martell's insights in a sequence that makes the whole FAR more valuable than the parts. That's saying a lot.
The parts are kind of astonishing. And essential. I read this book after reading his "Hook 'Em in 10" book, and his "Act Two" book. The latter provided the biggest "ah-HA! This book delivered even more specific tips, covering a wider range of issues. I bought the printed on paper edition, and I'm glad that I did. This book is energizing and goes into depth, to a level that's rare in most how-to writing and screenwriting guides.
Many great filmmakers have won for writing but not directing.
So, I liked the ease of flipping through the actual pages, and going back to re-read portions. I've heard that it's sold for far more than that, at auction sites. And, I understand why: NObody else shares this kind of useful information with such precise details.
I put Martell's advice in the same category as Swain's. In other words, if you can buy only a couple of how-to writing books, get this and Swain's "Techniques of the Selling Writer. Get this book, now. I have all of Martell's screenwriting blue books for the Kindle. I've been making my way through them, post reviews as I complete them. There's a lot of useful information for novice and intermediate screenwriters.
On balance, the amount and quality of the information offsets the defects. I especially like the emphasis on giving action scripts organic stories. What are the weaknesses?