Film collectives are popping up around the country. Marty Lang shares information about a new collective dedicated to filmmaking in the Nutmeg State that gives state residents a place to go to help make their projects happen, a place they call the Nutmeg Institute.
You have a passion for writing, but moving to Los Angeles just isn’t an option. No worries, Kelly Jo Brick shares the many ways you can fuel your passion for writing from right where you are.
Like American Pharoah, you're a champ. Congrats! You've done well in a screenwriting contest. But don't stop running now! Staton Rabin gives tips for your next steps.
Paul Peditto gives some solace for those recently bounced at Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting contest.
Living with Tourette's Syndrome is never easy, especially when everyone who finds out about it thinks all you do all day is spout obscenities. Screenwriter Andrew Lanham, winner of the 2010 Nicholl's Fellowship in Screenwriting for his script The Jumper of Maine, wanted to make sure he was accurate in his...
All the secrets you need to get your script read by industry insiders. All the tricks and tips in existence, from a former manager who knows what works and worked on him.
“It’s definitely given my career a jump start, and it’s definitely given me a lot of great meetings,” says first-place winner Tejal Desai, the 40-year-old pharmacist from Austin, Texas. Desai’s script, Cowboys and Hindus, is about a traditional Hindu woman who discovers the meaning of true American grit when she becomes...