Cindy Freeman moved to Los Angeles from San Diego in 2009 to pursue a career in the film industry.
Cindy has worked on a number of independent films as a production assistant and 2nd A.D while in Los Angeles and in July of 2010 she began working at Dreamworks Animation as a production coordinator. Jenna Edwards began her film career in Minnesota where she was signed on as talent with Easter Hailey. After several years of successfully navigating her career through the Hollywood studio system Edwards made the leap to independent film with her first feature April Showers. If the kids are around, you might wanna send them out of the room for a minute.  I’ll wait.
What people intend to show with a scene like this: That despite his shortcomings, the hero is not a bad guy and this unnaturally attractive woman sees that.
The person who gets pounced needs to give the pouncer something that they truly want or need.
What people actually show in a scene like this: That they couldn’t think of something creative or new to show this character trait. Also, sex isn’t the only way to show that a character doesn’t care about something of value. The scene where the guy really wants to have sex, but the girl doesn’t, so the guy kinda just goes ahead and starts doing sex to her anyway and she eventually comes around and has an amazing time about it. What people intend to show in a scene like this: That the girl really is actually into this guy but that she’s just shy or something. What people actually show in a scene like this: That the characters are kind of okay with sexual assault.
A scene like this can work if it’s clear that the characters really do care about each other and if there’s a clear reason for the woman’s reluctance.
What people actually show with a scene like this: That they think men are simple automatons who have no ability to control themselves if they see lady skin. If a sex scene is inserted just to seem edgy or cool, it will feel flat, unnecessary and exploitative. Just like actual sex, when it comes to writing about sex, the tension is often more interesting than the release. A degenerative illness will feel like a bigger kick in the gut to a competitive athlete than it will be to a homebody. If we haven’t met a character’s extended family in the first 75 minutes of your story, it won’t make us all that upset if we find out that their favorite aunt died in minute 76. Your audience wants to feel bad for your characters; they’re looking forward to empathizing with them.
We return to the topic of music in film once again with London based composer Ram Khatabakhsh. Ram started playing the keyboard at the age of six – just to figure out the melody of his favourite songs and themes. Ram currently directs a music production company (Motion Sound Production) based at Pinewood Studios (UK) where he collaborates with directors and producers and works with a number of talented musicians and engineers. That’s a great question and there are plenty of options for this type of project.  Meaning, you can find another company to co-produce with you who has insurance, purchase short-term coverage or, if you plan to make many of these films within a year, you may consider purchasing an annual policy.
Screenwriter and Development Executive Tom Vaughan joins us to talk about working as a writer in Los Angeles and teaching screenwriting in LA and Houston.
Tom Vaughan studied at the University of Houston with Broadway legend Jose Quintero and three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Edward Albee.
His productions include BLACKOUT with Jane Seymour for CBS, and CRITICAL ASSEMBLY with Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy, Knocked up) for NBC. He has been teaching screenwriting for nine years between Los Angeles and Houston and finds it as gratifying as actually practicing it. Ellen Coss is a 25 year veteran in computer generated imagery, starting her career at the seminal Digital Productions.
Seeing that overseas production was the wave of the future Ellen headed to Prana Studios, a 325 person animation studio with offices in Mumbai India and Los Angeles.
Ellen then provided producing consulting services for the animated feature Arthur Christmas an Aardman Animation film to be distributed by Sony. You know that as a screenwriter, you will need to put words on the page to tell your story. Writer types (myself included) often love basking in the glow from their sparkling, perfectly obscure, amazingly profound WORDS.
Without so many words, you get to delight in and focus on all the other ways to tell a story: what characters are wearing, their expressions or what artifacts are in their environments. My two favorite sequences in one of my favorite movies, Children of Men, also have no dialogue. There are so many moments in our own lives that are made powerful not by the clever turn of phrase someone threw together at just the right second, but by what they didn’t say, by what email didn’t come, by who wasn’t at the party, or who was, or the way they just turned away when you showed up and made eye contact. Just for fun, try rewriting a scene or two of your latest screenplay without just half the dialogue, or if you’re feeling up to it, no dialogue at all and see how it changes the scene, or the piece entirely. Q: I’m new to LA and everyone is always talking about going to networking parties but I feel uncomfortable. Time is precious in a screenplay, so you want to get as much contextual information (not expositional information) out as quickly as possible. The wrong way to do this is to have another character provide spoken exposition like the following. Hey Amanda, since you are too busy and shy to meet anyone since your recent and painful breakup from Mark who works downstairs, I thought I’d invite you to a party tonight. The dialogue above is boring, on the nose and takes all the fun out of discovering who a character is. Following are are five effective ways to introduce your characters to the audience without spelling it out for them.
A character’s positive or relaxed reaction to their environment will tell the audience that this is where they belong, that these are the things that make them happy and, per screenplay logic, the world that will be yanked out from under them later in the movie. By showing us what makes a character uncomfortable, we get a different, but equally as informative view on who they are. It’s not always necessary to use other characters or dialogue to help define your character. Almost everyone has an item or two in their possession that defines or illustrates who they are.
The podcast on editing made me think of what’s been happening with on-set digital work-flow and I was wondering if you all had noticed. I have noticed this as well and it can be a dangerous practice to get in to if you haven’t thought it all the way through. If you do decide it’s a good idea to cut dailies together on set, then I suggest having an assistant or 2nd editor who does that while keeping your main editor away from this part of the process.
The editor’s only focus should be on telling the story and it is your job as a producer to make sure they are not unduly influenced. For our last episode of Season Four and of 2011 we recap the past season and all we learned about post-production, distribution and marketing. Jason Brubaker is a Hollywood based Independent Motion Picture Producer and an expert in Video On Demand distribution.
Jason is a contributing author of The Independent’s Guide to Film Distributors, he is the founder of Filmmaking Stuff, a professional resource for independent filmmakers, and his articles on independent movie marketing, distribution and film production have been featured in The Independent, the New York Film Academy and Movie Maker Magazine.
Brubaker has has lectured on these subjects to filmmakers from around the globe through various filmmaking seminars, panel discussions and workshops. We are all imperfect and no one is good at everything, therefore, it is important for you to know your strengths and weaknesses in order to fill in the gaps. There’s a saying that when you make a movie you actually make three movies by 1) writing the screenplay 2) shooting the movie and 3) editing the film. Karl is also a producer of English dubs of foreign-language features.  Credits include Gen (Turkey), Wolfhound (Russia), and the animated features Goat Story (Czech Republic) and Space Dogs 3D (Russia). Karl and his wife Lauren have written three monster movies together, made a short film about hiccups, and are currently producing a series of childrens radio plays.
Now that you have brought on Skye Rentals as a sponsor, you talk about base camp a lot.  What is it and why is it so important? I’m glad you asked this question Brandie because I feel like it might be one of those questions that a lot of people don’t know the answer to, but are too afraid to ask.  I didn’t know what base camp was until I had done a couple of films early on in my career as an actor.
Sometimes, base camp is a drive away from where the actual filming is taking place.  An example of this would be if you are shooting on a large ranch and power for base camp is near the house on the ranch but your actually filming the scenes off in the woods somewhere, you would set up base camp near the house and drive people to the location where shooting is occurring.
When making a film it’s important to be mindful of adding value to the project in order to sell it later.
My blog will show you how to start your business with free advertising sources, and to then build your business with the profits. Post to 50 And More Social Media Sites, including Instant Blog Subscribers, Facebook and Twitter. The Side Hustle Show is the podcast for part-time entrepreneurs who are looking for business ideas, actionable tips to start a business, and killer strategies on how to turn their side hustle dreams into a growing business.
Guests include Jon Acuff, Chris Ducker, Brian Clark, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, and many Tim Ferriss and Gary Vaynerchuk proteges. If you want to learn English, you may have come across one of Gabby Wallace's hundreds of YouTube videos on the subject. Her channel, which started only because the video she recorded for her classroom students was too big to email, has grown to more than 170,000 subscribers and nearly 9 million views.
Gabby is a long-time teacher and found a way to turn her subject matter expertise into a business.
If you want to learn English, you may have come across one of Gabby Wallace’s hundreds of YouTube videos on the subject. Gabby is a long-time teacher and found a way to turn her subject matter expertise into a business. When we met at FinCon last year, she’d recently quit her teaching job to become a full-time entrepreneur. What Gabby’s first videos were about and how she created content based on what she was doing at work. Turning to the world of online work, Jesse applied his performance and sales skills to land freelance work in his spare time. He shares some of his favorite tactics for figuring out what type of service you can offer, identifying high-value clients, and writing winning proposals. Jesse and I connected through the SH Nation Facebook group, where he’s become a familiar face in answering questions and being a helpful part of the community. During this chat, he shares some of his favorite tactics for figuring out what type of service you can offer, identifying high-value clients, and writing winning proposals. How Jesse built his hypnotist business to 200 dates a year, and why he transitioned to online work instead. Jesse’s recommendations on how you can get started as a freelancer and begin earning money online. Product licensing is essentially selling your ideas to larger companies for a percentage of future sales. In this conversation, Stephen shares how you can get started in product licensing without any big upfront investment, how to protect your intellectual property without a patent, and how to get big companies to take you seriously.
Carey Green had spent the last 20 years as a pastor, before making the leap into entrepreneurship. Today Carey helps other aspiring mortgage brokers pass their certification exam, a test he says was the hardest he ever took. Then, as he studied to become a licensed mortgage broker, an idea took hold to put his study notes online.
In this episode you’ll hear how Carey hustled to make it happen and the steps YOU can replicate in your own industry or niche. You may know Jason as the IWearYourShirt guy, where he earned over $1,000,000 wearing t-shirts for various companies.
In this episode, he shares his tips for getting sponsors for your work, even if you're just starting out.
Since then, I’ve experimented with several other sponsorship projects, including sponsored posts on this site and more recently, paid advertising on The Side Hustle Show. You may know Jason as the IWearYourShirt guy, where he earned over $1,000,000 wearing t-shirts for various companies. In this episode, he shares his tips for getting sponsors for your work, even if you’re just starting out. In my recent annual member survey, one of the biggest challenges named was coming up with the right side hustle idea.
We actually recorded this a live Blab hangout (my first ever!), and may try and do similar sessions in the future. This is the second in what will (at least) be a 2-part series on side hustlers earning income from their land investment endeavors. In addition, Chris does the occasional cash flip and also has more than $70,000 worth of land payments under contract.


In episode 108 of The Side Hustle Show last year, we met Mark Podolsky, a real estate investor specializing in raw land.
Tune in to hear Chris’ tactics for sourcing deals, finding buyers, and setting up his land business for recurring passive income. How to use public information to find leads (and how Chris has trained a virtual assistant to do much of this legwork for him).
In episode 108 of The Side Hustle Show last year, we met Mark Podolsky, a real estate investor specializing in raw land. Josh has actually been investing in real estate for over 10 years, but accelerated his land-investing efforts after hearing Mark on the show last year. Tune in to hear Josh’s tactics for sourcing deals, finding buyers, and setting up his land business for recurring passive income. I know it’s a good episode when I hang up the call buzzing like I should totally start this! The time commitment needed to run this business as a side hustle to his Army job and Enduring Charity work. We've talked about Uber and Airbnb before, but there are literally hundreds of different platforms where you can put your buy buttons. These app-powered peer-to-peer transactions are unlocking an estimated $300 billion in economic activity by 2025.
We’ve talked about Uber and Airbnb before, but there are literally hundreds of different platforms where you can put your buy buttons. Tune in to hear about several promising platforms and Glenn’s top tips for side hustlers getting started down this path. We chat content, traffic, and monetization strategies, as well as how he manages the business in his spare time. How he added a forum to the site to address questions one-to-many instead of one-to-one (and build an archive of user-generated content in the process). Kenny Azama has worked with massive global brands like Nike, Samsung, Apple, Chevrolet, and Coca Cola, but he's not an ad agency or a top secret marketing mogul. Gina Horkey has come highly recommended by a number of listeners, and I’ve seen her work what seems like “all over the Internet” for the past couple years so I’m excited to finally connect and bring her on the show. She’s a freelance writer extraordinaire, but also a virtual assistant, and someone who now helps others follow in her footsteps. Gina successfully built her freelance writing and virtual assistant business to be earning several thousand dollars a month; enough to quit her day job and go full-time. Jon is a former attorney turned full-time entrepreneur, and he's the master of building high quality niche blogs and monetizing them to $10k-20k per month in record time.
We've covered niche sites in the past, but the type of sites Jon focuses on are a different animal.
Parenthood has got me thinking, every BIG victory is built on the back of a ton of mini victories. We all want the BIG win; quit our jobs, passive income, early retirement, location-independence, whatever it is.
Phil's built up a HUGE library of more than 50 online courses and teaches more than 130,000 students.
In this episode we chat about how he comes up with course ideas, how he structures his content, and he markets his material, along of course with the tech he uses to get it all done. Film Method is the podcast that will take you through the nuts and bolts of independent filmmaking.
Upon her arrival in LA she immediately began working with producer Jenna Edwards to create behind-the-scenes content for Jenna’s feature film April Showers.
Quickly after being signed Edwards was hired by the agency as a full time employee giving her a head-start on her Hollywood education. It was while Edwards was working for Ferrar that she developed an interest in the casting process, before long she had moved from talent agencies to working in casting with such industry leaders as Sally Steiner (Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Boy Meets World), Barbie Block (Jonas, Pepper Dennis) and Allison Jones (Super Bad, The Office). We all got to Earth thanks to some very special hugs and chances are that at some point in our lives, we’ll do some hugging ourselves. The guy can act like a bit of jerk, but if he displays a genuine soft spot for his cat or grandmother or war orphans—then he might be pounceable. Spending bazillions of dollars on a car, just to wreck it seconds later and not care about the little Honda Fit he destroyed in the process because he’ll just pay everyone off would get the same point across. I’ve watched movies where people use women like playthings and we still kinda want to be like them!
A scene where an exhausted Dad reminds an exhausted Mom that they’re going to make more of an effort to make a go of it could be informative and sweet.
It should show us new information about the characters and it should directly affect the plot of the film.
While it’s titillating (pun intended) to see nudity on screen, if you’re trying to evoke the kind of emotional reaction that will make a movie really resonate with audiences, not giving it all up is really the way to go. R-rated movies are a harder to monetize because fewer people can go see them and so fewer people pay for tickets to them.
This is not to say that we’re going to laugh when an unknown character gets a bad diagnosis, but without the proper set up and character development, bad news for a character can feel at best, unimpactful and at worst, manipulative. A sudden death of an up and coming star, scholar or leader will hurt more than the passing of a person who hasn’t done much nor aspires to. While out-of-the blue events happen in real life all the time, these deus ex machinas often fall flat on film if they’re not supported. If a character has put nothing on hold preparing for a promotion, we won’t bat an eye when we learn that the gig went to their coworker. Losing a job sucks, but it is completely possible to live off unemployment for a while and get a new job, so it’s not the end of the world. But it is possible to get medication, join a support group and have a perfectly normal life. But if a character gets trapped in a storm that’s just like the one that orphaned her when her parents had to drive through it to pick her up from camp because she wouldn’t stop crying…that takes the emotion up several levels. Ram discusses his passion for composing music for film and working as a composer for independent film.
One day shoot with a cast and crew of about 10 people.  I want to make sure my production company, crew and the property are covered. Tom also shares what it’s like to develop scripts at a small production company and gives some advice to new screenwriters as well. It was his work as a writer and director in Houston theatre that got him recognized by Hollywood. He served as writer as well as Co-Producer on ATOMIC TWISTER with Sharon Lawrence and DEAD IN A HEARTBEAT with Penelope Anne Miller and Judge Reinhold, both for TBS. He is currently the Director of Development for the Los Angeles production company Dirty Robber. The concept of creating a whole world is the same, but in CG animation, every aspect of the production is created in a computer. And yet, despite the fact that we don’t hear crackling wit snapping back and forth between the characters, we always know exactly what’s going on, we’re on board with how characters are feeling and we get to delight in the visual medium that film is. Characters in fact, can often come to life much more when they are not resting on the crutch of words.
In fact, most of the third act of that movie is, apart from score and sound effects, silent. A point, a smile, a frown, a tear, a step away from you, or a subtle scoot toward you, a kiss, a stumble, a something left behind when they thought they had cleaned up all the evidence…these types of things often speak loudly and clearly without using words at all. In order to understand your story, the audience will need to know a decent amount about each character’s personality almost immediately. You’ll probably freak out at all the people there since you have social anxiety, but I want to help you since I know that deep down, you really do want to connect with someone.
Imagine each example describes the first time we see a character in a movie and notice how much information you can learn without having someone directly say who the character is, what they care about or what they want. Giving these kinds of objects to characters helps define and illustrate them for audiences. Instead of just taking up space in the scene, that first line of dialogue should pull the audience into the character’s point of view immediately. The possibility of on-set dailies is leading towards on-set editing and for some Indie productions and companies who produce small corporate commercials it is already happening. For some forms such as commercials, it might be a great thing.  But, for film, it is not a good idea to have your main editor cutting things together on set.
He is focused on helping YOU make, market and sell movies more easily by growing your fan base, building buzz and creating community around your title. I knew what I liked and what I didn’t like and was very good at pointing out what I didn’t like. The editor of a film can serve as one of the primary storytellers of your movie and therefore is a critical role to cast when hiring your crew.
Most people’s lives don’t naturally fit into a three-act structure, so even if you’re basing the story on a personal story, you will have to embellish or even create some details to make a story work. In order to make a story work, you have to understand what the parts of a story are, how they work together, where they should fall and why they’re important.
Writing a screenplay, selling a screenplay and producing a screenplay are very different things, so know what your end goal is. Those things, such as actors with names, can be attractive to a distributor who is looking to make a certain profit on your film and will also allow you to pay back your investors.
Ahmed began his career in Ohio working as a production coordinator on various television commercials and indie feature films. Ahmed worked at New Line Cinema on various productions including Son of the Mask, Freddy vs. It works round-the-clock, and for not just days or weeks, but for months and months, very own Money From Your Website making you tons of CASH! We cover all aspects of starting a business and making money (online and offline), including small business marketing, sales, websites, social media marketing, blogging, time management, and more. Although there wasn’t necessarily a business model in mind when she was starting out, she knew that each lesson she created was an evergreen asset that could be used for marketing or course material down the road. He used to do up to 200 shows a year and even sold his own products, but realized there was always going to be a ceiling to his earning power. Today he specializes in copywriting for email sequences, sales letters, and crowdfunding campaigns. You don’t have to worry about the design, manufacturing, marketing, distribution, or anything outside an initial pitch and perhaps a prototype. He’s the author of One Simple Idea, the bestselling licensing book, and the founder of InventRight. Win a free copy of Stephen’s book, One Simple Idea, by commenting with your top takeaway from the episode below.
As he studied to become a licensed mortgage broker, an idea took hold to put his study notes online.
That business, which actually derives most of its traffic from YouTube, generates $1000 a week!
A friend asked him for some audio editing help, and he couldn’t help but notice the rapid rise in popularity of podcasting.
It’s a great example of combining The Piggyback Principal with what people are already asking you for help with.
He's even sold his last name (twice -- each for $40k+), formerly going as Jason Surfrapp and Jason Headsetsdotcom.
If you don’t want to toil as a freelancer or build your own products, one interesting way to cash in on your work is to attract sponsors.
I shared the event in our SH Nation Facebook group and was excited to see about a dozen people stop by while we were live. He called it “The Best Passive Income Model,” because there are no products to build, no tenants or toilets, and you can start without a huge upfront investment. The first is my friend Josh Brooks, an Army Battalion Commander and founder of The Enduring Charity Foundation.
At that time, he was earning $3-4k a month from a portfolio of different sites, and looking to expand his online empire. You win it one quarter at a time, one possession at a time, one down at a time, one yard at a time.
As someone who is, shall we say, less-than-savvy when it comes to mechanics, I was impressed.
While he now focuses on his business full-time, he hit the 6-figure income mark before leaving his day job. In a roundtable discussion format we will meet guests from all walks of filmmaker life who will share their golden nuggets of wisdom about everything from hiring a producer, to finding a composer, to seeking out investors. Cindy also directed the behind-the-scenes content creation for Jenna’s film In the Darkness. After two years of rising through the Minnesota film community Edwards made the move to Los Angeles.


During this time Edwards was also able to gain valuable production experience working on shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Malcolm in the Middle, and working with studios like Disney, MTV, FOX and CBS.
But when a woman in a movie offers herself as some sort of taming device without getting anything in return, it makes both characters look weak.
Flushing diamonds down the toilet or having a house full of amazing gadgets that never get used, children who never get hugged and pets who never get walked could also communicate the same idea. A post-therapy scene where a concerned boyfriend reminds his girlfriend that she doesn’t need to be afraid of closeness anymore can be compelling and transformative.
It should motivate character to new action and they should be changed, if even slightly, by having experienced that scene. Enter a scene (pun intended) just before or just after the act and you’ve got a lot more to work with in terms of exploring character, defining relationships and maintaining momentum.
The bad news should feel specific—like something that we definitely don’t want to happen to THIS person. An agoraphobe forced to relocate because a tornado destroyed his house will invoke more of a reaction than the same situation happening to an executive who’s never at home anyway. If we’ve never spent time at a character’s summer home, it’ll barely register when that summer home is wiped out by a late season storm. However, if the loss of a job means that a character has to move back home with their millionaire, superstar sibling and their controlling parents who never supported them in the first place, that character’s in a much more painful situation. However, if the illness is brought on by the unregulated drug the new patient invented and rushed to market…that really hits home for that person. He continued to play on his keyboard as a hobby after school hours and learned to play his favourite songs by ear.
His feature film debut was UNSTOPPABLE, starring Wesley Snipes.  He just completed his directorial debut, PLAYING HOUSE, based on a script written with Kristy Dobkin.
They talk, Talk TALK their way through three acts, telling you not just the plot points you need to know, but also how untouchably brilliant the writer behind that masterpiece is. Actions, in turn, get to be much more definite, clear and decisive when you don’t have someone in the shot narrating what we’re seeing anyway. If you haven’t seen it, it’s amazingly powerful and nothing any character could say would do those moments justice.
Editor Karl Hirsch joins us to talk about workflow, the technical aspects of editing, and collaboration. He has guest-lectured at Scottsdale Community College in Arizona, Film Independent in Los Angeles, and has spoken on film festival panels in Victoria BC, Austin, and Phoenix. Sure, there are some prodigies who can whip out a perfectly formed first draft, but most professional writers will spend months or even years on a script before they plug every plot hole, smooth every character arc and crystallize every line. Even if you are writing a story based on your life or the life of someone you know, you will need to give your character their own existence. Writing a screenplay is difficult work, but the good news is that lots of people have done it before you. Producer’s Rep Noor Ahmed joins us to give tips on how to increase the value of your project and on working with the MPAA. Before leaving for Los Angeles, he worked on the indie feature Blue Car which premiered at the Sundance film festival and was released by Miramax. Season One will focus on the development phase of making a movie starting with the seeds of inspiration and writing a script or finding material with a particular audience in mind.
It was while Cindy was working with Jenna that she was inspired to create the Film Method podcast. But there’s a way to do it so that it makes sense and there’s a way to do it that is creepy, alienating and ineffective.
But in movies like that that work, those characters usually balance out their misogyny with many other likeable traits. That sequence, however, falls into the “we know this couple is really trying to work on their relationship” category.
These things are real bummers, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to have the impact you want them to in your script.
By age of 11, he was attending private piano and music lessons and exploring multiple musical genres.
Join us as we speak to animation producer, Ellen Coss about her experience in the world of CG art and animation. Because I knew my weaknesses, I was able to find producers who were strong in the area of script notes. They shouldn’t do, feel, think or say things simply because you do, feel, think or say those things. Car designers need to understand engine mechanics so they make sure there’s room for one in their latest concept vehicle.
If you want to sell your screenplay, finishing the script is only about 50% of the work—because next you’ll have to make and nurture the connections that will lead to a sale. There are plenty of blogs and websites (like this one) that can give you good, solid advice. But jerky powerful people also do lots of other things that show that they’re unempathetic.
Also, yes, there are some filmmakers who tend to be pretty exploitative when it comes to this sort of thing, and if you are Michael Bay, then what on earth are you doing reading this blog? However, films are not real life and on screen, a guy who coerces sex out of a woman comes across as a creep. If all the woman needed to do was flash some flesh to get whatever McGuffin she’s after, then why are we watching an entire movie? First, I think the boobs in that movie are totally unnecessary, but here’s why they’re not a total turn off.
It is necessary for less-than-ideal things to happen to your characters, but not all downer events are created equal. Most recently they wrote HALLELUJAH together for acclaimed Japanese director Kazuika Kiriya (Casshern, Goemon). Through surrounding myself with others who had that skill set, I was able to learn and develop my own skills at giving script notes.
Architects need to understand structural principals so that their buildings don’t fall down. If you want to produce your screenplay, you should make sure that what you’re writing is within your production capabilities—i.e. Ahmed worked as an Associate Producer on the PBS documentary, California and the American Dream, a four part series that received a national broadcast in the U.S.
With this simple program and our support, you can own your own business, set your own prices and focus on sales, while we provide and ship your products, create and manage your business website content and even supply your personalized print marketing materials. And while we may hold each other to flexible standards, audiences generally do not give such lenience to characters in film.
Ebeneezer Scrooge was the quintessential mean ol’ rich guy and there’s nothing sexy about his story. If you’re not Michael Bay and can’t write your own ticket, then you should be trying to impress readers, studio execs and producers with substance over style. And the woman who can’t stick to her point of view long enough to get to sleep comes across as weak. Why doesn’t she just prance through life in a bikini taking money from stunned bystanders’ wallets, walking out of stores with unpaid merch, and slowly but surely rising to the rank of Supreme Ruler of all the World! If someone were to come up to me right now and ask me what my weaknesses were, I would be able to list them right now.  But, then I would also be able to tell them who I have surrounded myself with to balance those weaknesses out. Surgeons need to understand how cells interact with each other so they don’t kill their patients. By letting sex or sexuality be the secret weapon, characters don’t have to think, plan or grow. They have a silly game of crashing weddings, but they don’t do it to be malicious and they help everyone have a fun time when they’re there.
He attended Kingston University in London where he obtained his degree in music composition. In November 2008 Ram was commissioned to write orchestral music and had his music performed by Kingston Chamber Orchestra in public concert. Ahmed worked for the distribution company Roadside Attractions traveling to various film festivals as their Acquisitions Coordinator. Yes, they help them ultimately so that they can get off of work for the day, but their help is sincere. During his time at Roadside Attractions the company acquired several high level indie films including Supersize Me and What the Bleep Do You Know.
Because they are well-intentioned guys, their playtime with the girls feels fun and playful, not manipulative, gross or creepy. In November 2007 Ram’s music was performed in the South Bank Centre as part of the PLG Group season. Ram’s music is highly motivated by film music, as this is the greatest goal in his career. Ahmed left Roadside Attractions to join Reder & Feig where he worked with the firm as a paralegal on films including, Brick, Thank You for Smoking, La Misma Luna, Southland Tales, and other indie features (full list on IMDb) before becoming the firms in-house Producer Rep. He has been working as a freelance composer for several feature film projects and has written music for number of online advertisements and commercials and short films. As business gets underway, the full technical and service support of our company and an assigned Wishihadthat representative are at your service.
You choose all or any of the product departments (shown in the navigation to the right) that best suit your business needs and goals. As shown, your site will include many links and images including catalogs, pricing guides and order forms in .pdf format.
Business cardsWe can design and haveA business cards personalized with your business name, web and contact information.A  Cards are provided at our cost - 1,000 cards minimum.
Your pricing, however, is completely at your discretion, providing you understand you'll need to cover your underlying wholesale cost. A You own your business and you determine what you will sell these items for a€“ whether at wholesale cost to a friend or at 100% mark-up (or more) to a customer. Item-by-item wholesale price lists will always be available to you via concealed (hidden from the public) links on your own business website after it is set up.A A  Just how good are our initial wholesale rates? While wholesale rates may vary for some products, the discounts listed below are typical of the steep price reductions we offer wholesalers on products in each category. Wishihadthat would prepare and crate the statue at no additioanl charge, and shipping rates might vary from $200 (West Coast) to $600 (East Coast). Some of our retailers report purchasing solid marble statues wholesale from us for just $3,000 and reselling them for $15,000. Whatever retail rates your market supports, your wholesale cost on these products is 40% off our list retail pricing, plus shipping.A Wholesale Pricing for Wooden Fireplaces, Executive Furnishings, Ceiling Tiles, etc.
A WEBSITE YOU OWN, CONTENT YOU LEASEWith our service, you own your own website, but we do the workA The rapid set-up and ongoing maintenance of a personalized business website in your business name is a crucial component of Wishihadthata€™s Independent Retailer Support Program packages outlined above.
A As you probably know, a quality website has become an essential marketing tool in any sales business.
Browse the right hand navigation column to see the products and tools you can make available to customers in your area.
Within 24 hours, we launch your own independent business websiteIn one business day, we can have your website set up, open to the public and full of unique productsa€” just as you see it here, but personalized and, of course, minus the Independent Retailer Support Program information. All Independent Retailer Support Program information will be removed and the product categories you have chosen to retail will be visible to your customers. The a€?stocka€? content-controlled pages are not subject to change other than by Wishihadthat, but we can add additional pages (including pages featuring products from other sources) at your request, provided you supply the content to us and it is inoffensive. You will assume all responsibility for annual hosting fees as well as handling any and all future maintenance services and fees.A  Failure to pay annual renewal lease or the $100 conversion fee will forfeit both the content and domain name to Wishihadthat, Inc. A We at Wishihadthat hope to provide such great value and quality in our unique products and powerful support services a€“ and to see you selling so successfully a€“ that you will renewA this synergistic program relationship for years to come. A In case youa€™re not familiar with the term, a€?drop shippinga€? is the shipping of a product directly from the manufacturer or wholesaler to the customer without requiring the retailer to carry any inventory.
A We will drop ship your orders using a a€?blinda€? shipping method a€“ as far as your customer is concerned the product comes from your company. We can ship directly to your customer, including any literature you send us to enclose with your orders.
A Laptop Showroom?By the way, while ita€™s certainly not a requirement, a laptop computer will turn your website into a portable, virtual showroom for potential customers wherever you go. Your pricing, however, is completely at your discretion, providing you understand you'll need to cover your underlying wholesale cost.



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