Christmas comes early! Download scripts for this year’s awards season. Here’s the first batch of hot scripts via No Film School. Download Award Season Scripts The studios are sure to post more as time gets closer, so don’t worry if your favorite isn’t up yet. Which films do you think deserve to win? Get out [...]
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Gary Ross, writer-director of films such as Seabiscuit and Pleasantville, invited me to join in a round-table luncheon with Massachusetts Rep. Ed Markey. The congressman had shown interest in meeting with movie-making word-merchants to discuss a subject plaguing that particular news quarter: Violence in Movies. The tragic events of Columbine were still in the rearview [...]
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’re live-blogging the Academy Awards this Sunday night, February 27! Join us at 5 p.m. and follow along on TV as we dissect the Oscars live from backstage in the press room at the Kodak Theatre.
This year’s slate of Oscar nominees has given Ray Morton some much-needed hope for the movies.
The nominations for the 83rd Academy Awards were announced this morning. The King’s Speech leads all films with 12 noms, followed by True Grit (10), Inception and The Social Network (tied with 8). Did your favorite film make the list this year? Check out the full list. Who do you think will be taking home the Oscar?
THE SEARCH FOR THE BABE IN THE BACKLESS SUNDRESS CONTINUES!! William Martell continues his (almost finished) adventures at the 2010 American Film Market.
Script contributor, William Martell, chronicles his second day of fun at the 2010 American Film Market.