Film Courage
Published in

Film Courage

Advice To A Filmmaker Who Leaves Los Angeles With The Dream Still Inside Them — Adam Cushman

(Watch the video interview on Youtube here)

Writer/Director/Actor Adam Cushman: What does that mean Breaking Into Hollywood. I don’t know what that means?

Film Courage: We had another comment come in on our Youtube channel. We want to run it by you to see your reaction. The person wrote “I’m 33 and started making short [films] when I was in my twenties. I work the way that Steven Soderbergh works - directing, shooting and editing. Right now I’m in a heavy depression. I had to move back home two years ago after pursuing film for the past decade. Home is a tiny island. I won a…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

(Watch the video interview on Youtube here)

Want more Film Courage videos? Check out new videos 5:00 p.m. daily — subscribe at the main Film Courage Youtube channel. Subscribe to the second Film Courage Youtube channel here




Check out writing, filmmaking and acting via videos, articles, podcasts at and — New videos daily!

Recommended from Medium

Porinju Mariam Jose —

Some Bold 2022 Predictions for a Few of My Favorite Medium Writers

Running Through My Mind

Filmmaking Dreams

Film Review — Black Panther

EMMA: A Mirror Of An Awkward Society

A silver antique frame is titled and frames a collage of images. They’re multiple images from the 2020 Film Emma. Emma is a blonde English woman dressed in period dresses that are pastel in color. She has curly hair. In the corner a woman in a pink dress stands with her hair covering her face, in her hands, she holds a mirror which shows a reflection of Emma looking confused.

How To Turn Around A Failing Film Career — Dui Jarrod [FULL INTERVIEW]

Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse & Donald Duck Accuse Tourists of Sexual Harassment

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store

Check us out on Youtube here: and Additional Youtube Film Courage 2 here: — or Twitter @FilmCourage

More from Medium

Screenwriting: A Game for Gods

Page One: “High Noon” (1952)

Script Analysis: “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” —Scene-By-Scene Breakdown

Page One: “Jeremiah Johnson” (1972)