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Screenwriter Marty Lang interviews John Kelley, who has a successful screenwriting career living outside of Los Angeles.
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.
Susan Kouguell speaks with Maria Escobedo about her TV writing career and her new animated children’s show, Elena of Avalor, which recently premiered on the Disney Channel.
Screenplays unfold from beginning to end without breaks. Readers do not have the time to stop reading to consult any supplemental material.
Steve Kaire breaks down how much money you can realistically expect to make when you sell a screenplay and the payout structure.
Have you ever been told that your script scenes lack energy? Excitement? If your script scenes are falling flat, Alex Bloom has a great way of fixing it.
Lee Jessup tackles the inevitable question of every screenwriter - do I really need to move to Los Angeles to succeed?
Paul Peditto discusses collaboration and how disagreeing is sometimes a good thing.
Most screenwriters find themselves in the word-expanding position of writing a short script into a fleshed out, feature-length script. But Cheryl Laughlin had to do it backwards.