Stewart Farquhar provides a list of cautionary advice for writers to heed if s/he wants to prevent outright rejection. Consider them a way to survive the first cut of any Hollywood executive or screenwriting contest.
Mark Sanderson is living proof that if you want something bad enough, and take the time to learn and grow, you will find a level of success unique to your own, one-of-a-kind journey.
TV writer Ross Brown (The Cosby Show) shares 10 must-know tips on how to write a TV spec script to get you noticed by an agent or showrunner.
Hollywood veteran Daniel Petrie Jr. (Beverly Hills Cop) moderated a panel comprised of Hollywood’s hottest horror scribes: Scott Kosar (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003, The Machinist, The Crazies), Wesley Strick (Arachnophobia, Scorsese’s Cape Fear, Nightmare on Elm Street 2010), and Stephen Susco (The Grudge, The Grudge 2).
From low-budget to high-budget films, there are filmmakers who take on multiple roles. These individuals are known as “hyphenates.”
Vanessa Redgrave’s debut as a documentary filmmaker in Sea Sorrow is a plea for a compassionate western response to the refugee crisis.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with screenwriter and producer Dan DeFilippo about his new film, Dementia 13, which is a remake of the classic Roger Corman / Francis Ford Coppola film by the same name.
Greta Gerwig discusses her solo directorial debut, Lady Bird, a portrait of an artistically inclined young woman trying to define herself in the shadow of her mother and searching for an escape route.
With a great story in script form, Muriel Stockdale decided to dive in and turn her screenplay into a novel. She takes you on the liberating journey of writing in a new medium.