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7 SCRIPTURE SECTIONS on the theme of Communication

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  1. Give Advice When It's Timely And Requested
  2. Behave And Talk With Perfect Integrity & Tact
  3. Honor Your Elderly People & Widows
  4. Wisdom & Law Bring You Joy
  5. Pray Constantly For YAH's Word To Save People
  6. Prophesy In A Clear And Orderly Manner
  7. YHVH Speaks To The Prophet JAH-El (Joel)


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87 SCRIPTURES on the theme of Communication

  1. Proverbs 25:11 An insight spoken [with perfect timing] is [worth a fortune]. [Timely, sought-after advice or encouragement] is like [giving your hearer] solid-gold apple [sculptures] set in silver [bases].
  2. Ezekiel 17:2 [YAH] says, “‘Son of Adam,’ [throw] out a riddle. Speak this parable to the house of Israel:
    note: Mysteries and symbolic stories, especially using songs, are YHVH's preferred gospel communication method. The bible never tells anyone to preach a sermon.
  3. Colossians 4:6 Let the words you speak always brim full of grace, 😇. Season your words with ‘salt.’ Perceive the differences in people, so that you answer each one in the way they can best receive and use the message you give them.
  4. Ephesians 5:4 It is an abomination for you, 😇, to use filthy, foolish or rude language. Instead, speak generously and gratefully [to everyone].
    note: No profanity. No rudeness. However, we must sharply rebuke unrepentant false ‘believers,’ especially false teachers.
  5. Ecclesiastes 3:7 A time to tear; a time to mend. A time to keep silence, and a time to speak.
  6. 1st Corinthians 14:9 It’s the same with you, 😇: how can anyone know what you're saying unless you use your tongue to produce easily-intelligible speech? You'll be talking to the air!
    note: How to write and speak: Use short, exact, honest, expressive, vivid, visual, clear nouns and verbs. (Dog bites cat.) Eliminate adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, and pretense.
  7. Proverbs 18:20 The ‘fruit’ of [your] mouth [comes back] to stock your belly, 😇. You eventually get your fill of the harvest [that grows] from the [seeds you plant with your] lips.
    note: Speak outgoing, encouraging, truthful and helpful words.
  8. Ezekiel 24:19 The people ask me, “Won't you tell us why you're [failing to mourn your dead wife, who got killed because you wouldn't stop prophesying]?”
  9. Proverbs 18:21 Death and life lie in the power of [your] tongue, 😇. [People] who love [life eventually] eat the fruit [that grows from their own good word-seeds].
  10. Colossians 4:4 Pray that I speak as I should, painting accurate vivid pictures in people's minds using YAH's Word.
    note: Biblical communication = word-pictures in dramatic stories. Not lectures and essays.
  11. Psalms 37:30 The mouth of the right-maker broadcasts wisdom, 😇. His tongue orchestrates justice.
    note: Speak to right wrongs, to fix problems, to stop suffering.
  12. 1st Corinthians 14:5 I hope that you all speak multiple languages, 😇. But even more [I hope] that you prophesy. Because the prophet [accomplishes] more than the speaker of foreign languages, (unless [someone] interprets [the unintelligible message] so the Ekklesia can receive growth).
  13. Proverbs 15:23 A man brightens up [when he hears the] answer he's open [to receive, 😇]. It's wonderful to [hear] a message spoken in its proper occasion.
  14. IsaiYAH 30:8 So go, 😇. Engrave this [prophecy] on a tablet. Copy it into the [permanent royal] registry, so all future generations [can see these predictions come true,] to the end of forever:
  15. 1st Corinthians 14:19 Yet in the Ekklesia, 😇, I'd rather speak 5 words I understand (so that my voice can teach others) than 10000 words in an unknown tongue.
  16. Ezekiel 21:14 “So you, ‘son of Adam’, prophesy. Strike your hands together [in protest. Wake up the infidels. Pound a] sword [on the ground. Warn the jerks of the coming war. Armies advance to smash the pigs one,] two, 3 times, ['til nothing remains but blood and ash and rotting flesh]. [Prefigure the] twisting, slicing [sword of war that guts the Jews'] mighty-men on every side.
    note: Again, a verse that most translations make into nonsense. However, The Message and the NLT do a defensible job of paraphrasing this verse. The point is that YAH calls us to use the dramatic arts, not sermons, to communicate his messages to the world.
  17. Matthew 13:34 YahShua speaks all these truths to the multitude in parables, 😇. YahShua never addresses the crowds except via [these short dramatic visual allegorical] stories.
    note: And when we address the multitudes live or via media, we should use mind-movies, just like our Master.
  18. 1st Corinthians 14:8 For if the trumpet doesn't sound a clear call, 😇, who'll get ready for ‘battle?’
  19. Acts 20:9 There in a window sits a young man named Eutychus {Well-Fated}. He lapses into a snooze. Paul goes on and on discussing [mission strategy]. The young man sinks down into deep sleep. [Whoosh!] He falls down from the 3rd-story window. [Thud! His body smacks the rocky ground outside.] People [run]. They pick up the [bleeding, broken] young man. [They check his pulse.] He's [already] dead!
    note: Long-winded boring talk ‘preaching’ kills. First it induces sleep, then death. Yahshua never bored anyone to death. Yahshua knew how to get his point across in 30 seconds or less. Long discussions kill. Sermons are mass murder.
  20. 1st Timothy 5:1 Never rebuke an older man, 😇. Appeal to him as a father. [Appeal to] younger men as [if they were your blood] brothers.
  21. Matthew 13:10 The [12] disciples throng [the boat]. They ask YahShua, “Why do you speak to the [crowds] in [symbolic] allegories [instead of sermons]?”
    note: 'Why do you always tell [visual, dramatic] stories when you talk to the people?' Because that's the way they will best remember and tell their children.
  22. 1st Corinthians 1:21 For [YHVH] The Eloah [constantly] shows his wisdom to the world, 😇. Yet the world [stubbornly refuses] to recognize YHVH. So YHVH delights in using the [apparent] foolishness of heraldry [instead of philosophical rhetoric or military power] to save everyone who [actively, fruitfully] believes [our heraldic message].
    note: This exposes the ridiculous nonsense of preaching monologue sermons. Heraldry is the exact opposite of a sermon! Herald YAH's messages by blasting trumpets (or whatever interesting means you can come up with) for telling people the Good News. Rig your car-horn to play Amazing Grace. One trumpet-blast halleluyah high-dive at the local swimming pool beats hundreds of sermons. Most church services are vaccinations against Christianity.
  23. Leviticus 19:17 Don't [harbor] hatred in your heart [against] your neighbor, 😇. [If you have something against him], talk to him. Otherwise you get tainted by his guilt.
  24. 1st Peter 4:11 😇, if you speak, speak [not your own blather, rather] the oracles of Elohim. When you serve, serve with all the powers [YHVH] the Eloah gives, so that everything you do glorifies [YHVH] the Eloah. [Whatever good you do is really being done] through [your connection to] YahShua, [YAH's] Messiah. [The hosts of heaven] come to give YahShua praise and dominion for ever and ever! [Nothing can change] that!
    note: (Amén.) We should be slow to open our mouths. And we must speak the words of YAH when we do speak. Long sermons and long public prayers are strictly forbidden.
  25. 1st Corinthians 14:2 For [when you] speak in a language [no one present understands, you're] not talking to people. [At best, you're talking] to [YHVH] the Eloah. So [even] if [you] voice mysteries in the spirit, no [human] understands [what you're saying, 😇].
    note: This gift of speaking in other tongues is primarily for communicating with people in foreign countries, and to foreigners in your own country. The gift of tongues is not primarily for babbling in "Pentecostal" services. At Pentecost, the listeners understood the ‘tongue-speakers.’ The primary point of speaking in other languages is to be understood by other people who speak the language you're miraculously speaking. We are also not to talk in the strange language of “Christianese” - using pointless or confusing words that make you sound religious. Saying ridiculous religio-babble like, "I covet your prayers."
  26. 1st John 1:4 We [apostles] write these truths to you, 😇, to cram your joy-tank full.
  27. 1st Corinthians 14:17 You might be giving thanks well enough, 😇. But the listener isn't built up until he comprehends you.
  28. Job 15:3 Would [a wise man pawn off] unprofitable yakking as reason? —With lectures that can do no [one] any good?
    note: No. A wise man would not give long sermons in church or synagogue. Therefore: long-winded preachers are not wise.
  29. Ezekiel 37:18 The children of your people will talk to you, asking, ‘Won't you tell us what you you mean by this [two-stick analogy]?’
  30. 1st Corinthians 14:28 But, 😇, if no interpreter shows up, [instruct the tongue-speaker] to keep silence in the Ekklesia. Let him [silently] speak to himself, and to [YHVH] the Eloah.
  31. Numbers (Journeys) 10:6 When you blow the [long (travel)] alarm the second time, then the camps on the south side [of the Sanctuary] will start their journey. [And so on: every time a section of the nation needs to move out, the trumpeters blow] a [long, clamorous] alarm.
  32. Esther 8:9 So, immediately, on that 23rd day of the [year's] 3rd month (Sivan {~May}), [Esther and Mordecai] summon the royal scribes. The scribes write everything Mordecai commands. [Lawyers tailor his order] to the Jews, [and] to the [Persian] army commanders, and to the governors and officials of the 127 [Imperial] countries from [2400km east] in India to [1400km south] in Cush {Ethiopia}. [The letters address] every province in its official script, and every people-group in their common dialect, including to the Jews in both their official [ancient Hebrew] script and common [Jewish] tongue.
  33. 1st Corinthians 14:30 And if [YAH] sends a revelation to someone seated, the first speaker should stop [yakking, 😇].
    note: Just try to get a preacher to stop his lecture so that the congregation can hear a real prophecy. Ha!
  34. Proverbs 27:5 [😇, you're] better [off] honestly correcting [someone] than hiding [your] affection [because you're upset with them].
    note: Or, 'You'd rather have someone openly argue with you than give you the cold shoulder'. This verse prohibits passive-aggression.
  35. 1st Corinthians 14:7 Even with lifeless musical instruments, such as a flute or a harp, 😇, how can anyone recognize the melody if [they] can't distinguish one note from another?
  36. 1st Corinthians 14:6 Brothers, suppose I come to you today speaking in languages [that sound like gibberish to you]. How can I be of benefit to you, 😇, unless I speak to you some [intelligible] revelation or knowledge or prophecy or teaching?
  37. 1st Corinthians 14:4 Whoever speaks in a language no one present understands is building up himself, 😇. Conversely, whoever prophesies [communicatively] builds up the [whole] Ekklesia.
  38. Matthew 22:1 YahShua again [risks his life by lampooning] the religionists using [short, dramatic, visual] stories:
    note: Did you get that, preachers? Jesus used SHORT, dramatic, visual stories. So next time you're preparing a sermon, DWJD: Do What Jesus Did. Keep it short, dramatic and visual. 3 minutes is an eternity.
  39. Job 34:3 Your mouths [can] taste meat. So [let] your ears try my truths.
  40. Numbers (Journeys) 10:3 When the [trumpeters] blow the trumpets, the whole assembly [of elders] will assemble themselves to face you at the entrance to the Meeting Tent.
  41. 1st Corinthians 14:13 So, 😇, [instruct] whoever speaks in an unknown ‘tongue’ to pray to be able to interpret [what he says].
    note: After the "tongue-speaker" speaks, ask if anyone in the audience can interpret what the "tongue-speaker" just said. Then put the "tongue-speaker" in one room, and the "interpreter" in another. Ask them both what the "tongue-speaker" said. If their stories don't match, one or both are lying.
  42. Ruth 4:1 Then Boaz {Stabilizer} journeys up to the [Bethlehem town] court-gate. He sits down there. Soon the kinsman (of whom Boaz spoke to [Ruth]) walks by. Boaz says to [the kinsman], “Whoa! What a man! Come on over here and sit with me, [brother].” So the kinsman turns aside. He sits down [by Boaz].
    note: Boaz knows how to work people. You get more with sugar than with vinegar.
  43. Ezekiel 5:1 [YAH continues,] “And you, son of Adam, take a sharp knife and a barber's razor. Run them over your head and your beard. Then weigh [the cut hair] on a scale. Divide it into [3 parts].
  44. 1st Corinthians 14:27 If anyone speaks in an [unknown] language, two — or at the most three [people] — should speak, one at a time, 😇. And someone must interpret [the foreign words].
  45. 1st Corinthians 14:24 But if all of you are prophesying, and unbelievers or people who don't understand [Biblical] things come into your meeting, the visitors will be convinced by everything [they hear, 😇]. They'll search through everything [your prophets say].
  46. Proverbs 18:4 The words of a man's mouth are deep [treacherous] waters. The wellspring of wisdom is a flowing stream [of life].
  47. 1st Corinthians 14:23 Suppose, 😇, [that] the whole Ekklesia comes together. And everyone speaks in other languages. Then [unlearned] visitors or unbelievers come in. Won't the [outsiders] say [that] you [babbling Christians] are crazy?
  48. Psalms 49:2 Low and high, rich and poor alike, [listen]!
  49. Job 21:3 Let up so I can speak. Then when I finish, [you can] mock on.
  50. Job 27:1 Job proceeds to lift up poetic [visual] allegories to [illustrate spiritual realities]:
  51. 1st Corinthians 14:11 But if I don't grasp the meaning of what someone is saying, I'm a foreigner to the speaker, 😇. And the speaker is a foreigner to me.
  52. Luke 12:41 Then Peter {Rock} asks YahShua, “Master, are you telling this [thief / night watchman / wedding feast] allegory just for us [disciples]? Or should the masses [also watch for prophetic signs]?”
  53. Numbers (Journeys) 10:7 But when [you call] the congregation [of elders] to gather together, blow [short blasts]. Don't sound a [long] alarm.
  54. Matthew 23:1 [As the silenced religious leaders prepare to murder him,] YahShua speaks to the crowds and to his [own] disciples.
  55. Habakkuk 2:2 YHVH answers, “Clearly engrave [this] vision [on] tablets [for messengers to] cry out as they run:
    note: alt: Write my answer in large, clear letters on a tablet, so that a runner can read it as he runs to tell the world. Today this might mean printing scriptures large on hats, shirts, billboards, ads, song lyrics, films, etc.
  56. Job 13:13 [Bildad tries to stop Job from condemning their 'superior' religion. Job continues,] “Silence! Let me speak. I'll [take] the consequences.
  57. Joshua 10:18 So JAHshua says, “Roll great stones up over the mouth of the cave. Then set men flanking it to guard the [prisoners].
  58. JeremiYAH 29:1 [In] Jerusalem, Jeremiah writes [YAH's] messages in a letter to the surviving old people whom [Babylonian soldiers] dragged away as slaves [~650km northeast] from Jerusalem to Babylon, including [the] priests, prophets and the whole populace whom Nebuchadnezzar carried [away] captive.
  59. Job 19:23 Somebody needs to write down my words. Print them in a book. [Everyone needs a warning that ‘friends’ kick you when you're down, no matter how good you've treated them and everyone else.]
  60. Acts 22:2 (The people hear that Paul speaks in the Hebrew tongue to them. So they settle further down, 😇.)
    note: Masses of people from many different countries, gathered at Jerusalem, clearly understood the Hebrew language. So we must interpret the New Testament from a Hebrew viewpoint.
  61. Colossians 4:16 And after [all of you Colossians] read this letter, [send it to] the Ekklesia in Laodicea {Democracy-Land} so they can read it. You, in turn, read the letter [I sent to the] Laodicean [believers].
  62. 2nd Chronicles 2:3 And Solomon {Peace-Man} sends [a message] to Huram {White} the king of Tyre {Rock-Port}, saying, “[Please] trade with me like you traded with my father [king] David when you sent him cedars to build his palace to live [in].
  63. Esther 4:10 Again Esther speaks to Hatach. She gives him [the following] message for Mordecai:
  64. 1st Corinthians 14:39 So brothers, be eager to prophesy. Don't forbid [believers from] speaking [in foreign] languages.
  65. Jah-El 1:3 😇, recount [the following visions] to your children, their children, and their children throughout [all] generation[s]:
    note: Education is a privileged family matter, not a chore to sub-contract to the Satan-State.
  66. 1st Corinthians 14:16 😇, when you bless [people] with the spirit, how can the unlearned [guy] in the room say “I agree” to your thanksgiving, unless he understands your words?
  67. Genesis 32:4 Jacob commands the messengers, “Say this to my lord Esau {Rough-Red}: ‘Your servant Jacob says, “I journeyed [to live] with Laban. I stayed there until now.
  68. Joshua 22:13 So, 😇, the people of Israel send [messengers] to the [eastbound cattle-barons] in the land of Gilead {Witness}.
  69. Acts 23:26 "Greetings from [Colonel] Claudius Lysias to the most excellent governor Felix.
  70. 2nd Corinthians 1:19 [We do what we say] because YahShua [the] Messiah, the son of YHVH, never wavers between ‘yes’ and ‘no.’ Timothy {YAH's-Treasure}, Silas {Woodsman}, and I heralded to you, 😇, [saying,] “YahShua is the [divine] ‘Yes!’”
    note: Always be very clear.
  71. 1st Timothy 3:14 I hope [YAH lets] me come visit you soon. But [for] now, 😇, I'm writing these directions to you.
  72. 1st Thessalonians 5:27 I command you, 😇, by [the authority of YHVH] the Adonai, to have this letter read to all [our holy] separatist ‘siblings.’
    note: That is a justification for including this letter in the canon of holy scripture.
  73. Philippians 1:1 [😇, this letter is from me] (Paul) and Timothy {Lover-Of-YAH}. [We're] servants of YahShua [the] Messiah. [We're locked up in the imperial prison in Rome. We're writing to all you] separatist-saints who live in union with [the] Messiah (YahShua), including your overseers and trainers & assistants. [This letter is initially targeted] to all [1st century believers in Northeast Greece] at Philippi {Horse-City}:
    note: Deacon = trainer / teacher / assistant to the overseers.
  74. 1st Corinthians 14:18 I thank [YHVH] the Eloah that I speak in other languages more than all of you do, 😇.
  75. Esther 9:20 Mordecai records these [battles]. He sends letters to all the Jews in all the provinces of Emperor Xerxes, both near and far.
  76. 2nd Corinthians 1:13 For we write nothing to you, 😇, except what you can read and comprehend. And I trust you'll comprehend completely.
  77. Ephesians 1:1 [This letter is from me,] Paul. [I'm] an ambassador from YahShua, [YAH's] Messiah. [I have authority to give you commandments, 😇. I didn't get that power through human hierarchical ordination. I got it directly,] by YHVH's will. I'm writing [specifically] to [1st-Century Christian] separatists at Ephesus [in Turkey], and [generally] to [all] faithful [people who live united with YAH's] Messiah (YahShua).
  78. 1st Corinthians 14:10 Sure, 😇, many kinds of voices [& languages] sound in the world, all with meaning.
  79. Colossians 4:9 I also sent [you our] faithful and beloved [Colossian] brother Onesimus {Useful}, to [tell you the] truth [about] everything that's happening here [in Rome] where I'm [rotting in jail].
    note: See book of Philemon.
  80. 2nd Corinthians 1:1 [😇, this is a letter from me,] Paul, (an emissary Elohim chose to [represent] YahShua the Messiah,) and [from] Timothy {YAH's-Treasure} our brother, to the ekklesia of YHVH at Corinth, and [to] all [Christians] in Achaia {Greece} who [live] separated [from the world-system].
  81. Job 6:1 Then Job answers [the arrogant advice of EliPhaz]:
  82. Job 16:1 So Job responds [to Eliphaz]:
  83. Luke 24:14 These 2 [traveling] disciples talk together about [YahShua's incredible life and death].
  84. 2nd Thessalonians 3:17 Now here is my greeting, which I write with my own hand — PAUL. I write this at the end of all my letters [to prove they're really from me, 😇].
  85. Esther 4:15 Then Esther tells [Hatach] to run the [following] answer back to Mordecai:
  86. Galatians 6:11 Now, I want to emphasize in the bold letters of my own handwriting the immense importance of what I've written to you, 😇.
    note: ‘I'm grabbing the pen from my secretary.’
  87. 2 Esdras 9:14 Then I answer.


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3 SONGS on the theme of Communication

  1. One Last Phone Call
  2. The Hello Song
  3. digame : talk to me


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37 CHAPTERS on the theme of Communication

  1. Your Protagonist's Journey: Birth, Love & Death
  2. Always Be In 1 Of The 36 Dramatic Situations
  3. How To Write A Great Logline Fast, Every Time
  4. Single Protagonist Point Of View: The secret weapon of the m
  5. Screenwriting Is Songwriting
  6. Write A ‘Fight’ Inside Each Scene
  7. Simple, Clear, Honest, Clean (Tolstoy's 7-Year-Old Boy Acid
  8. Write STRUCTURE Before You Write Words
  9. Pick A Genre & Subgenre
  10. O.D. & Harmony Alert The Media
  11. Emotion Check
  12. Larry Brody's Script Checklist
  13. How To Sell Screenplays And Songs
  14. Witnessing Script
  15. Write Few Events, Then Stretch Them In Slo-Mo
  16. Can A Mistake-Filled Screenplay Win An Oscar?
  17. Robert McKee's Ten Commandents
  18. The Ultimate Pitch Deck
  19. Bad Bible Translator: A Short Film Script
  20. How To Get Your Movie Distributed
  21. For Brevity: Use The 6-Word Story technique
  22. Write A Lightning-Fast Synopsis
  23. The Simple, Foolproof, Always Works Way To Sell Your Screenp
  24. A Cross Between A Scholarly Bible And A Hollywood Screenplay
  25. Where's The Puck
  26. Quotations On Screenwriting
  27. Who, What, When, Where, Why, to Whom
  28. Billy Wilder: 10 Screenwriting Tips
  29. God does not speak in poor-quality Greek
  30. Avoid The Double Curse: Violence + Boredom
  31. Product Placement - Your Media With Embedded Ads
  32. Why Does The Worker Give A 1 Month Notice?
  33. Pick Your MPAA rating
  34. How To Sell Screenplays & Songs Part 2
  35. A Balanced View Of The Hebrew Language Movement
  36. A Dream Collaboration Shows The New Way
  37. Respected Screenplay Contests


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1 ARTWORKS on the theme of Communication

  1. Communication Icon


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53 REVIEWS OF MEDIA on the theme of Communication


    MOVIES ON THE THEME OF COMMUNICATION
  1. Good Night and Good Luck
  2. AFI's 100 Years 100 Movies
  3. The Day That Panicked America: The H.G. Wells War Of The Wor
  4. Louder Than A Bomb
  5. House Of Cards
  6. Veronica Guerin

  7. BOOKS ON THE THEME OF COMMUNICATION
  8. The One Minute Manager
  9. On Writing
  10. In the Blink of an Eye
  11. Hitchcock/Truffault
  12. Adventures in The Screen Trade
  13. F. Scott Fitzgerald on Writing
  14. Think Outside The Box Office
  15. Which Lie Did I Tell: More Adventures In The Screen Trade
  16. Writing To Win: The Legal Writer
  17. The Hollywood Standard
  18. Howard Hawks: Storyteller
  19. Story
  20. Writing Treatments That Sell
  21. Cut To The Chase (Writing Feature Films...)
  22. The Craft of the Screenwriter
  23. The Perfect Pitch: How To Sell Yourself and Your Movie Idea
  24. How To Write Short: Word Craft For Fast Times
  25. Hero with a Thousand Faces
  26. Benjamin Davidson's Analytical Lexicon
  27. Wretched Writing
  28. Mystery Writer's Handbook
  29. Hollywood: A 3rd Memoir
  30. Getting Into Character: 7 Secrets A Novelist Can Learn From
  31. You Can't Make This Stuff Up: The Complete Guide To Creative
  32. Handling Truth: One The Writing Of Memoir
  33. The Play Wright's Guidebook
  34. Cult Movies 1, 2, 3
  35. Writing Is My Drink
  36. Making Out In Japanese
  37. How To Not Write Bad
  38. Insider's Guide To Book Publishing Success
  39. Vex, Hex, Smash, Smooch
  40. How To Publish Your Children's Book
  41. The Art of Fiction: Notes for Young Writers
  42. Story Sense
  43. The Film Director's Bag Of Tricks
  44. The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers
  45. Screenplay
  46. How To Write A Screenplay
  47. Notes On Directing
  48. The Guerilla Rep: American Film Market Success On No Budget

  49. QUOTATIONS ON THE THEME OF COMMUNICATION
  50. We focus on tactical victories throughout history, but we ne
  51. It's not possible for someone to interact with a fellow huma
  52. Laughter is the shortest distance between two people. --
  53. THe only thing you have to understand is the story - everyth
  54. If a particular media outlet truly is a perfect place for me

  55. SONGS ON THE THEME OF COMMUNICATION
  56. Farther To Fall