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Interview: John Fusco, Author of ‘Dog Beach’

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"... if you are driven by your story and characters you do whatever it takes. Like a cabinet maker, 8-10 hours a day." Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Last Days on Mars’

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The Last Days on Mars grabs you right at the beginning and doesn't let go. It is a text book example of how to make a sci-fi thriller. Read More »

Alameda Writers Group: Kickstarting Your Film

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“What the suits want isn't always the same as what the fans want,” explained screenwriter and author Marc Zicree at the October meeting of the Los Angeles based Alameda Writers Group (AWG). Read More »

LA Film Fest: When (Creative) Worlds Collide

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On June 23, 2013, at the LA Film Fest worlds collided. Read More »

Alameda Writers Group: Everything About Screenwriting

Priceless screenwriting advice from a writer who's been there and done that. Read More »

Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge: The Fifteen Dollar Film School

A Hollywood film contest with a new twist. You have to help your competition succeed. Read More »

Movie Review: Stand Up Guys

This is a story about values and redemption - oh, and hookers and Viagra, too. Read More »

Movie Review: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters: A non-horror, non-comedy, non-drama from which filmmakers can learn Read More »

Book Review: The Screenwriter’s Roadmap: 21 Ways to Jumpstart Your Story by Neil Landau

A great book to help anyone get their own script off and running. Read More »

How to Succeed in Hollywood by Really Trying

Writers, directors, producers, and actors get together every month at the Alameda Writers Group. Read More »