How can I tell a filmmaker what I don’t know?
How can I say, “I’m not ready” when there is more to learn?
Why “I can, but I don’t”?
What do I need to know about my films?
How do I get to know my producer?
What do I need to know about my director?
How do I say, “I’m sorry; I can, but I don’t”?
When is your project not ready?
What are you doing to make your film or screenplay ready to start?
You might be thinking, “I’m ready now. But… I haven’t finished.”
In The Creative Process, Dr. Hirschfeld shows readers how to get an idea or idea from the start, so they can start their work at least a week ahead of time.
It’s a simple and effective book, and the book is available now in paperback for $2.95. So do yourself a favor. Buy it.
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What other books do you recommend by Dr. Hirschfeld?
Share Your Thoughts!
Do you agree with any of John Hirschfeld’s 10 commandments? How do you follow them?
If not, which book do you think is better? I know there are two book that I think are the best in their fields, so why not pick a favorite? Please share your thoughts in the comments with me.
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