By, Jacob Krueger
Se7en: How To Avoid A Dud Ending
Check out this new video I recently recorded for Scriptmag.com and learn how to discover a great ending for your screenplay.
Costa Rica Screenwriting Retreat
Retreat Options: 5 days, 10 days, 15 days or 20 days June 22 - July 10, 2013 (choose your start date)Ever longed to escape to a place where the only thing that mattered was your writing? Ever imagined yourself in a writer's paradise where creativity flowed naturally and beauty was all around you?
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