Where and how you get read matters as much as IF you get read. Doug Richardson shares part 1 of his experience getting a "fast" read.
Producers Joke and Biagio get real about pitching reality TV by helping writers reveal reality TV material they may already be sitting on, and giving them a shot at earning some extra income from unscripted television.
TV writer Eric Haywood explores when writers should speak up and when they should simply be one of the boys.
Lee Jessup explores how screenwriting partnerships play out with representation, fallouts, and recommendations for anyone who is considering entering such a writing relationship.
Think attaching actors will get your script greenlit? Not so fast. Doug Richardson, writer of 'Die Hard 2,' gives insights on how attachments really work.
Characters are engines that drive ideas into a story. Each of the major character types plays a specific role in that process. Michael Tabb explores THE REFLECTION character.
Script Angel's Hayley McKenzie looks at how screenwriters can use psychology and personality theories to develop character.
How do you GRAB your audience's attention? Use your five senses in your writing. Plain and simple. William Dickerson explains.
Ray Morton offers some random notes on spec scripts from the perspective of a screenwriting contest judge.
Writers worry they'll screw their submissions up, and with good reason. But it can be a straightforward process if you know the "rules", says B2W's Lucy V.