Can you write the perfect sitcom pilot fast? Yes! Join Marilyn Horowitz for part 2 of her series: Sitcom Success: The Perfect Pilot in 30 Days!
Paul Peditto discusses the agent relationship, conversations with agents, how to keep an agent, and some examples of what you never want to tell a screenwriting agent.
Screenwriter and professor Brad Riddell lists ten rules for giving and receiving script notes.
Andrew Burrows-Trotman has been tapped to pen the screenplay for the true story movie adaptation, IF WE LEFT, produced by Miles Maker.
What's it like to navigate a writing assignment? Dan Goforth takes you inside an actual screenwriting assignments deal.
Dan Goforth talks about his latest assignment, the true-life story of inspirational rodeo rider Amberley Snyder.
Stewart Farquhar explores reasons Why Spec Scripts Fail. He compares shooting scripts vs. spec scripts and covers conventions vs. rules.
Brad Johnson discusses the importance of opening scenes of movies, and how to write an impactful one for your script, using 'Children of Men' as an example.
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. It’s no secret the entertainment biz is rife with personalities. Big ones. Fast-talking. Recalcitrant. And quite a significant number that could best be described...
Years ago, I had an agent and spent a lot of time “chasing” a screenwriting career, and I never got anywhere. Today, I no longer have an agent, don’t live in L.A., am writing to please myself… and the work just kind of magically appears… not that I am buying my own private island...