When you're starting out in Hollywood you have to learn the ropes quick. Manny Fonseca explains that sometimes, it's the person you trust that turns out to be a "scam artist."
Wendy Kram launches her new column, 'The Anatomy of Selling a Script or TV Show in Hollywood,' using her clients as case studies to give key insights into the current marketplace.
Most TV shows are written by staffs, so they're not actively looking for new scripts, writers, or story ideas. But that doesn't mean they never take submissions.
Director/Producer Dawn Fields lays out what you need to know for your movie to make the scene at film festivals!
Great casting makes great directing. Hester Schell shares tips from a master class with Catherine Hardwicke. Inspiring the entire team is on the shoulders of the director.
Shawn Tolleson had a spontaneous post-film screening Q&A and one big question overshadowed them all… How did you get that dang film into production?
Doug Richardson shares the reasons for the often too-long list of producer credits on film.
Producer and premier script consultant, Wendy Kram L.A. FOR HIRE, provides essential ingredients to screenwriters for writing great dialogue.
Screenwriter Doug Richardson shares his lessons from a meeting with George Lucas about rewriting 'Red Tails.'
Clive Davies Frayne discusses the need for originality as a vital part of the writing process. It's possible to understand originality as a process in and of itself.