Christopher Schiller gives details of how to properly get that payment out of the ones who owe us money and what to do when they give us resistance.
This first of a two-part series of columns focus is all about the details of getting paid, what to expect and when, how to specify your needs and realize the requirements for meeting them and how to recognize when what you are due isn't forthcoming.
Is your writing safe? Steve Kaire shares advice on how to protect your material from theft.
Attorney Mark Litwak, Esq. explains the intricacies of protecting your writing from borrowing elements to stolen ideas.
Protecting your writing is a lot harder once you've "made it" in Hollywood. Doug Richardson explains the upside to getting ripped off.
Dan Goforth asks entertainment attorney Stacey Davis to tell filmmakers the things they need to know to get their film off the page and into production.
Paul Peditto discusses adaptation and the most important first step... getting the rights.
The art of negotiation can be learned long before you walk into the room. Entertainment Attorney Christopher Schiller gives tips.
Doug Richardson’s first produced feature was the sequel to Die Hard, Die Harder. Visit Doug’s site for more Hollywood war stories and information on his popular novels. Click to tweet this article to friends and followers! It can be a battle for oxygen. The writer is in the room. The director is in the...
Doug Richardson’s first produced feature was the sequel to Die Hard, Die Harder. Visit Doug’s site for more Hollywood war stories and information on his popular novels. Like so many things, this saga began with a phone call. This one came from a character actor pal. We’d worked on a couple of films together....