Welcome to the first installment of “Unscripted” where I’ll post quick blogs about anything on my mind regarding writing, indie filmmaking, writing prompts, inspirations, screenwriting tips, and I might even throw in a recipe for Double Chocolate Mousse Cake. As I write this, I’m at the airport waiting for my flight to Orlando to shoot [...]
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Judges of writing contests aren’t charged with finding scripts to develop or produce. They’re charged with JUDGING A CONTEST… and quite frankly, most scripts submitted to contests are downright unreadable.
A TV writer’s job is NOT to dream up the best stories possible. It’s to dream up the best stories possible within the creative and practical confines of the show.
Script contributor, William Martell, chronicles his second day of fun at the 2010 American Film Market.