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.
Tribeca Film Festival: Susan Kougell speaks with Australian filmmaker Joe D’Arcy, about his film Je Suis un Crayon (Whoopi's Shorts curated by Whoopi Goldberg).
Director/Producer Dawn Fields lays out what you need to know for your movie to make the scene at film festivals!
Writer/Director Steve Pink (High Fidelity, Hot Tub Time Machine) discusses rewriting gigs, directors who inspire him and much more.
Producer Wendy Kram offers advice on what to include in your pitch, how to approach an executive and the preparation needed to succeed at a pitchfest.
Having mentored several past winners of the Industry Insider, Mario O. Moreno shares insights on how to make the most of this unique screenwriting contest by writing to win.
Script talks with producer Judd Payne on loglines, developing movie ideas, and his upcoming movie with Jamie Foxx.
Having trouble getting your spec screenplay optioned or sold? Here's the industry's best-kept secret: The problem may be that you write like a girl!
Susan Kouguell gives query letter tips to unlock the gates of Hollywood and get your projects noticed.