Elizabeth and Kay are the 2016 Script Pipeline Grand Prize winners in the TV Category. Their original pilot, 40 Elephants, is a period drama based on a true story. Get their tips for success in a screenwriting contest!
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Mark Allen about how he retired from the military and launched his screenwriting career.
Fantasies of a slam dunk spec sale make writers salivate. Dreams may be motivating, but Barri Evins proves why it’s essential to keep your eye on the ball.
Successful screenwriters eliminate at least one of these six actions at first and see if that does not work for you. I have a feeling it will work wonders.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller discusses the complexities of seeing, recognizing and dealing with what he calls the “soft no.”
Lou Simon, All Girls Weekend writer, director and producer, talks about how she launched her career and completed her latest feature film.
Michael Giampa delves into the trials and tribulations of a struggling screenwriter, and explains the valuable lessons learned that can prepare someone for a career in the industry.
Shane Weisfeld is a great example of a persistent writer who has been able to forge a career while living thousands of miles from Hollywood. He gained representation and sold his first script, Freezer, starring Dylan McDermott, all while living in Toronto, Canada.
Steve Kaire breaks down how much money you can realistically expect to make when you sell a screenplay and the payout structure.
Lee Jessup tackles the inevitable question of every screenwriter - do I really need to move to Los Angeles to succeed?