Script Magazine is proud to announce a new Screenwriting Website of the Week — NBC Writers on the Verge program and the Nickelodeon Writing Fellowship winner Kiyong Kim’s blog, Kiyong’s Blog of Creative Pursuits. A generous and well-respected writer, Kiyong Kim takes us all on his journey as a television writer. Ask Kiyong questions about [...]
Category: "Screenwriting Website of the Week"Screenwriting websites chosen by ScriptMag.com as excellent sources of information for writers.
If you’re an independent filmmaker, you need to check FestQuest out. We’ll let them speak for themselves… About Us: We are filmmakers. But to really know who we are, it’s more important to know what we believe rather than what we look like. We believe in supporting film festivals by supporting filmmakers. We believe that not every film [...]
Congratulations to Hayley McKenzie whose site, Script Angel, is ScriptMag’s Screenwriting Website of the Week! Hayley McKenzie is an experienced film and television Script Editor. At Script Angel she offers a bespoke, one-to-one development service to producers, directors and writers. With experience in all genres of drama and comedy Hayley can help you maximise the potential of your project. Follow @hayleymckenzie1 [...]
The new Screenwriting Website of the Week is Short of Stories. Explore the world of writing shorts to learn more about your craft. About Short of Stories from the curator himself: While doing my final research for college, I realized there’s barely nothing written on short films. The decent bibliography for screenwriting is already scarce [...]
This week’s Screenwriting Website of the week celebrates Chad Gervich’s webiste, TV Writers’ Crash Course. Chad Gervich is a television producer, bestselling author, and award-winning playwright who currently writes and produces for After Lately, E!’s hit half-hour comedy starring Chelsea Handler, and a new Disney sitcom debuting this Fall. As a writer and producer, Chad [...]
This week ScriptMag celebrates Raindance’s site for wonderful global screenwriting information. Whether you’re in the UK or not, Raindance is a great resource. Follow Raindance on Twitter at @raindance.
This week ScriptMag celebrates screenwriting consultant Ruth Atkinson’s website. Ruth Atkinson is a Los Angeles-based script consultant and story editor with over 20 years of experience in all aspects of the film and television business. Films Ruth has consulted on have won awards and been distributed around the world including The Perfect Family starring Kathleen [...]
Screenwriter Website of the Week celebrates Simply Scripts, a fantastic place to read scripts online and also listen to Babz Buzz, a talk show with agent Babz Bitela of Silver Bitela Agency. Follow Simply Scripts on Twitter at @simplyscripts.
This week’s Screenwriting Website of the Week celebrates Julie Gray’s Just Effing Entertain Me. Julie has been a lecturer and consultant for the screenwriting community for many years, speaking at all the top conferences. Her site has full of screenwriting information to help you improve your craft and understanding of the industry. Follow Julie on [...]