Taking over the writing helm for Sharknado 5: Global Swarming is Scotty Mullen. Cameron Chapman speaks with Scotty about going from total beginner to working screenwriter in just four short years—an inspiring story for anyone looking to break in.
The first step to getting your project made is developing a rock-solid pitch. There's a right way to pitch your ideas, and this is your chance to learn it. At Produced By, you will have the opportunity to test out your pitching skills on a stellar panel of experienced producers.
Terri Viani offers six easy things introverts can do to prepare themselves for successful networking.
Doug Richardson ponders the challenges of surviving as a female writer navigating pitch meetings. How do you push past the good-ol-boy practices?
What is the Stowe Story Labs? Shoshana Rosenbaum describes her firsthand experience, answering Is it a worthwhile experience for screenwriters and filmmakers?
Sammy Montana discusses three query letter mistakes that ruin a screenwriter's chance of getting their script requested by a Hollywood executive.
Susan Kouguell speaks with Russell Rothberg, Executive VP Drama Department, Universal Television about breaking into television, pitching dos and don’ts, networking, and what his company is seeking.
Most screenwriters see "no unsolicited material" and give up. But Bang2write's Lucy V argues: GET your script solicited via a great query & one page pitch!
Shawn Tolleson challenges you to get past the frustration of pursuing entertainment careers by taking a closer look at what you can control.
Steve Kaire explains how 'Shark Tank' is surprisingly a microcosm of what it takes when successfully pitching your scripts to companies.