Paula Landry gives tips on creating a one-pager, often called a "leave behind," allowing you to better share your screenplay pitch with executives.
Should a writer create with reckless abandon? Not always. Paula Landry examines the importance of writing your screenplay, thinking like a director or a producer.
Paula Landry discusses the importance of learning the details of film scheduling and budgeting to elevate your writing.
Paula Landry dives into story basics, from structure to plot to audience satisfaction.
Paula Landry shares tips on prioritizing your life and finding time to write without overwhelming your schedule.
Paula Landry challenges filmmakers to take back the future. Or, perhaps a better way of putting it, is to claim the future – in Virtual Reality and 360 storytelling.
Paula Landry his the writing gym with ideas about how to improve your screenplays by applying workout concepts to your writing.
Don't be afraid! You can make your first feature film on a micro-budget, by adapting a play to a film. Rick Mowat shares advice on adapting on a micro-budget.
Luck is discipline, period. Discipline is writing in spite of whatever is going on. No matter what. And the more you work at it, the luckier you get.
Paula Landry explains how all screenwriting is marketing, simply for the reason that nobody writes a screenplay to languish on a hard drive.