Getting feedback in Hollywood can sometimes be discouraging. This week, Manny Fonseca shares some of the recent feedback he's gotten on his scripts.
A new director attaching to your project usually means rewrites. This week, Manny Fonseca updates you on the status of his current script, Whittier.
Manny Fonseca shares further stories of run ins with scam artists. This time the deceptions hits a little close to home thanks to one "producer."
When you're starting out in Hollywood you have to learn the ropes quick. Manny Fonseca explains that sometimes, it's the person you trust that turns out to be a "scam artist."
One of the first scams that Manny Fonseca came across involved a screenwriting acquaintance, a "Facebook friend" and a LA Times article. Here's the story.
After years of going to pitchfests, talking about pitchfests and live Tweeting from pitchfests, Manny Fonseca's sarcastic tone finally gets him banned.
After months of honing his scripts, Manny Fonseca finally got a meeting at one of the big Hollywood agencies. Here's the story of how he blew it.
In 2016, Manny Fonseca landed an agent for his book BURST! This is how that experience went in detail. (SPOILER ALERT: It was a bumpy ride.)
After his script Whittier fell apart, Manny Fonseca spent December 2015 focusing on another project: writing a book. This is the story of BURST!