Staton Rabin's blog drilled down into the shortage of "diversity" in Hollywood movies. In Part 2, she tells you what you as a writer can do about it.
Jacob Krueger discusses a concept called "the game of the scene" using Trainwreck as an example.
Kathy Berardi explains how making a short film will improve your screenwriting.
Producer Wendy Kram offers advice on what to include in your pitch, how to approach an executive and the preparation needed to succeed at a pitchfest.
Negotiations can be a wild ride. Barri Evins shares what to do when your first time at the rodeo is a free option and how to make the most of it to launch your career.
Sammy Montana reveals three effective methods to turn writing procrastination into writing motivation.
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.
Doug Richardson shares his insightful answers to a recent interview with a student seeking screenwriting advice.
When you consider screenplay submissions, are you thinking your screenplay “is good enough” OR “I can’t look at it anymore, I’ll just send it out”?
Why was there so little "diversity" in the Oscars awarded this year? Staton Rabin drills down into the diversity in Hollywood controversy, and comes up with surprising answers.