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From J.V. Hart, the writer of Hook, Contact, Dracula, & August Rush comes the HartChart.

 

A proven story mapping tool for serious writers working in television, film, novels, plays, and other literary form, with a guarantee you will never face a blank page again.

Why the HartChart

What Other Writers Are Saying

 Have you ever faced a blank page?

 Do you struggle with your stories?

 Do you wish you could write like the writers you admire?

 Does writing sometimes feel like an ordeal to endure?

As a master storyteller J.V. Hart is an engaging and informative speaker who has spoken around the world at Film Festivals, led screenwriting workshops using the HartChart, and participated in panel discussions for a diversity of audiences in search of a break through perspective.

JAMES V. HART (J.V.) was born in Shreveport, Louisiana and grew up in Ft. Worth Texas on drive-in movies and Saturday matinees.
His writing/producing credits include; HOOK, directed by Steven Spielberg based on an idea by Hart’s then 6 year old Son, Jake, BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, MUPPET TREASURE ISLAND, directed by Brian Henson, and CONTACT, directed by Robert Zemeckis.

Other writing/producing credits include: MARY SHELLEY’S FRANKENTSEIN, TUCK EVERLASTING, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK: THE REAL STORY. SAHARA, LARA CROFT: TOMBRAIDER – THE CRADLE OF LIFE, AUGUST RUSH, EPIC, and the TV series, CROSSBONES.

Hart has served on the faculty of the Columbia University Graduate Film program. Served as mentor and advisor at the Austin Writer’s Ranch, Sundance Film Labs, and the eQuinoxe-Europe Writing Workshops for over 20 years in 11 countries. Hart has also conducted the Puglia Experience for writers and producers held in the Puglia region in Italy.

Hart is a co-founder of the Peter Pan Children’s Fund, a non profit that fosters youth philanthropy supporting Children’s Hospitals, has served on the Meadows School of the Arts board at SMU, is a founding member of the Writer’s Guild Initiative board, and founder of Lionfish University, a non-profit dedicated to reef preservation and conservation.

His renowned story mapping tool app, THE HART CHART, was launched online at the 2015 Austin Film Festival

“Go with Gravity” is Hart’s primary mantra for the writing life.

NEVER GROW UP! NEVER GIVE UP!

And give yourself a gift with $5 off the HartChart Tool Kit to help shape that amazing story you want to finish by New Year’s!

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JAMES V. HART (J.V.) was born in Shreveport, Louisiana and grew up in Ft. Worth Texas on drive-in movies and Saturday matinees.
His writing/producing credits include; HOOK, directed by Steven Spielberg based on an idea by Hart’s then 6 year old Son, Jake, BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, MUPPET TREASURE ISLAND, directed by Brian Henson, and CONTACT, directed by Robert Zemeckis.

Other writing/producing credits include: MARY SHELLEY’S FRANKENTSEIN, TUCK EVERLASTING, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK: THE REAL STORY. SAHARA, LARA CROFT: TOMBRAIDER – THE CRADLE OF LIFE, AUGUST RUSH, EPIC, and the TV series, CROSSBONES.

Hart has served on the faculty of the Columbia University Graduate Film program. Served as mentor and advisor at the Austin Writer’s Ranch, Sundance Film Labs, and the eQuinoxe-Europe Writing Workshops for over 20 years in 11 countries. Hart has also conducted the Puglia Experience for writers and producers held in the Puglia region in Italy.

Hart is a co-founder of the Peter Pan Children’s Fund, a non profit that fosters youth philanthropy supporting Children’s Hospitals, has served on the Meadows School of the Arts board at SMU, is a founding member of the Writer’s Guild Initiative board, and founder of Lionfish University, a non-profit dedicated to reef preservation and conservation.

His renowned story mapping tool app, THE HART CHART, was launched online at the 2015 Austin Film Festival

“Go with Gravity” is Hart’s primary mantra for the writing life.

NEVER GROW UP! NEVER GIVE UP!

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