Screenwriter Greg DePaul (Bride Wars and Saving Silverman) talks about the early days of his career, how he broke in and sold several pitches to the studios.
Screenwriter and producer Craig Van Sickle talks through the early days of his career and how he was able to ultimately create the hit show, The Pretender.
Legendary writer and director Paul Schrader talks about Dog Eat Dog, his recent directorial effort starring Nicholas Cage and Willem Defoe.
Screenwriter James V. Hart talks about working with some of the top directors in the industry like Spielberg and Coppola and how that lead him to creating The Hart Chart, a story mapping tool for screenwriters to help them map their characters emotional journey.
Screenwriter David Paterson talks about how he adapted the novel, 'The Great Gilly Hopkins,' into a screenplay and then got it produced.
David Gould talks about breaking into the business as a special effects artist and how he used that to jump start his own career as a filmmaker.
Screenwriter Edward Ricourt talks about breaking in as a screenwriter and his transition from feature film writing to television writing.
Screenwriter Ben Cresciman talks about his early career and how that lead him to writing and directing his latest indy thriller, Sun Choke.
Screenwriter and writing teacher, Corey Mandell, talks about breaking into T.V. and what type of spec script a writer should write to break in.
Playwright / screenwriter Alecky Blythe talks about how her musical play, 'London Road,' went on to become a feature film starring Tom Hardy.