‘Don’t Show Your Parents’ and More Advice About What to do With Your Screenplay

In this video from Film Courage, writer Karl Iglesias explains the three things that every new screenwriter should do with their finished script.

Congratulations! You’ve got a finished script. What a huge achievement. Now, don’t let it become a paperweight. Karl Iglesias, who’s been a screenwriter, script-doctor, consultant, and, recently, author of 101 Habits of Highly Successful Screenwriters, has a lot to say to you in this video from Film Courage. Although Iglesias argues that “a screenplay is never finished,” we’ve put three of his top tips below for what you should be doing with your newly finished masterpiece. (And here are a few recent posts about screenwriting you might find helpful.)

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