Los Angeles is full of thousands upon thousands of aspiring screenwriters desperate to prove they’re talented, creative, and interesting any way they can … including via their business cards.
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To tackle the immense, cutting edge topic of social networking for the writer, we needed to call in a panel of experts… in a round table discussion set in a cool 3D environment, our three esteemed guests were Jeanne Veillette Bowerman and Jamie Livingston of #Scriptchat, and Joshua Stecker of Script Magazine; Gray Jones, in addition to moderating, represented Ink Canada.
Nine awesome websites and services (and one hilarious video) for anyone who loves film, TV, or writing.
Agencies are the best starting place for anyone launching a Hollywood career… even if you don’t want to be an agent. Many networks, studios, and producers won’t even hire assistants who don’t already have agency experience.
We came. We conquered. We connected. – That’s how the night felt after our first-ever Script Magazine Los Angeles Meetup this past Tuesday (2/8) night. Judging by our Facebook RSVP list, we thought we’d get maybe 30 or 40 readers and friends of the magazine to show up. But 7 p.m. hit and right away the bar at the Cat ‘N Fiddle on Sunset Blvd. was all ours…
On Thursday, Nov. 4, Script Magazine held its first-ever reader meetup! Screenwriters and entertainment industry-types of all levels and professions converged at Lily’s Bar and Restaurant at the Roger Smith Hotel in New York City for an evening of networking, making new friends and imbibing (responsibly!) copious amounts of alcohol…
Aaron Sorkin finds Rashômon at the heart of the world’s biggest Internet success story with his upcoming film The Social Network.
David Fincher’s The Social Network is a generation-defining film, on par with the likes of The Breakfast Club, Clerks, and American Graffiti; films that captured the collective consciousness of the college generation of its time. This is that film for the 2000s.