T. Jay O'Brien explains the benefits for writers to join a good writers group, some of which you may not have considered before.
Your writing has to be universal, not just your characters, when considering foreign markets. How to find out if your screenplay is ready to travel.
An eclectic mix and diversity of quality will vary at any particular film festival. Christopher Schiller presents a collection of three mini reviews of films that played alongside each other at the Telluride Film Festival this year.
Improve your writing with new screenwriting tools and screenwriting software to hone your progress and process. New screenwriting tools and programs help!
Elizabeth and Kay are the 2016 Script Pipeline Grand Prize winners in the TV Category. Their original pilot, 40 Elephants, is a period drama based on a true story. Get their tips for success in a screenwriting contest!
Help your logline pop. Michael Kim, President of Development at InkTip, shares best practices and tips for better loglines. The world is your oyster.
Marty Lang shares how utilizing crowdfunding can help you become a more effective networker.
Is your writing safe? Steve Kaire shares advice on how to protect your material from theft.
In "Studio Script Notes," Brian Caldirola humorously envisions the kinds of notes Studio Executives could have (or maybe even did) give to the writers of 'Chinatown.'
Most TV shows are written by staffs, so they're not actively looking for new scripts, writers, or story ideas. But that doesn't mean they never take submissions.