Is becoming a professional screenwriter next to impossible? Jeanne Veillette Bowerman suggests one way you actually have a shot at achieving that miracle.
Rich Whiteside explains how goal setting can help your screenwriting.
Not many writers can boast selling three spec scripts in six months -- unless you're Max Landis. After his string of 2011 spec sales, Landis talked with 'Script' about his journey of breaking in.
Writer of 'The Danish Girl,' Lucinda Coxon, shares her insights on being both a playwright and a screenwriter as well as how she navigates the challenges of the film industry.
Doug Richardson discusses the skewed perspective of money once one becomes "successful" in Hollywood.
Rebecca Norris continues talking with Gary W. Goldstein about writers attracting representation, producing their own work, and Breaking Into Hollywood.
Rebecca Norris talks to Gary Goldstein (Pretty Woman, Under Siege) about his career, advice for writers, and his new YouTube show, Breaking Into Hollywood.
Gary W. Goldstein, producer of 'Pretty Woman,' explains how a writer needs to take the word 'no' and turn it into an opportunity instead of a roadblock.
Once upon a time, I wanted to “break into Hollywood.” I discovered my first superhero at age seven — The Scarlet Pimpernel – and pretty much spent the majority of my youth lost in books, in my own daydreams, a bit disconnected to the outside world, but happy as a clam in my own...
by Jeffrey Reddick I’m a 20+ veteran of the entertainment industry. Like most people, I grew up seeing Hollywood as Oz – this magical place where dreams came easy and artists were treated like kings. At 19, I started interning at the coolest mini-major studio at the time… New Line Cinema. I sold them...