Timothy Cooper shares simple, straightforward steps to take once you finish your screenplay that have worked for him and many of his successful clients.
The biggest problem many screenwriters who have trouble with is writing great action sequences. Glenn Benest gives tips to grab your reader.
Most TV shows are written by staffs, so they're not actively looking for new scripts, writers, or story ideas. But that doesn't mean they never take submissions.
Filmmakers of documentary shorts delve into themes of chaos, survival, and a glimpse into a life of the city that forever evolves and a time that cannot be forgotten.
Given how long it can get to write a new screenplay, shouldn't a writer have a method to decide on the best possible movie ideas that merit development?
Attorney Mark Litwak, Esq. explains the intricacies of protecting your writing from borrowing elements to stolen ideas.
It's not just who you know, it's how good you are. Corey Mandell explains why there's no short cut to having the writing talent it needs to succeed.
Glenn M Benest explores the importance of finding a screenwriting mentor and his upcoming webinar exploring the techniques of master storyteller Tony Gilroy.
In the film business, rejection is inevitable. It’s a kick in the gut. Where you go from there is completely up to you. Discover the upside to the downside.
After writing 16 or 17 TV pilots, Jenji Kohan became an "overnight success" when her pilot for 'Weeds' got picked up. Kohan shares her journey of creating her hit show.