Sammy Montana discusses three query letter mistakes that ruin a screenwriter's chance of getting their script requested by a Hollywood executive.
Steve Kaire explains why the drama genre is a tough sell in Hollywood.
Danny Manus examines the evolution of the romantic comedy to help you increase your odds of success when writing this genre.
Script Editor Hayley McKenzie gives a handy guide to the psychology of stress to help really put your characters through the ringer.
Rob Thomas has a fascinating story. He went from basketball and football player to rock band bassist, then graduated from college with a history degree and taught high school … all by his early twenties! Based on the popularity of his YA novels, he got on the staff of Dawson’s Creek...
In order to teach, I had to ask myself questions. How had I survived in this business? Why was I still dedicated to taking the giant risks of time and resources of writing spec scripts and trying to sell them? How do I overcome my ever present “imposter syndrome” and fear...
You do NOT want a writers group mixing seasoned, polished writers with first-timers trying to learn structure, character, tone, process, etc.
Steve Kaire sets the record straight on some popular misconceptions about the industry.