Christopher Schiller gives details of how to properly get that payment out of the ones who owe us money and what to do when they give us resistance.
Josh Heald, screenwriter of 'Hot Tub Time Machine,' gives advice on how to go from wannabe to working writer.
Negotiations can be a wild ride. Barri Evins shares what to do when your first time at the rodeo is a free option and how to make the most of it to launch your career.
"Marketable" is often mistaken for 'soulless' by writers. Bang2write's Lucy V argues your spec script CAN be marketable, without the need to sell out.
Jeanne Veillette Bowerman explains how to write a screenplay that sells itself. The secret is right in front of you and absolutely achievable.
What makes a screenwriter career, and what avenues are open for the writer who does have just that one script? Lee Jessup explores the different options for writers to find success.
Script Magazine editor, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, gives a weekly screenwriting tip. This week, she shares how selling a screenplay is about more than just good writing.
Besides some of the standard approaches to breaking into the spec market, like querying agents and managers, attending pitchfests, or submitting to contests, what else is there for a sci-fi spec writer looking to get a little industry traction? Amazon Studios has been relatively new to the industry. They’ve undergone a...
Before I get into the Query Letter I have something that I want to share with you. Those of you who know me and my work are aware that I have been fortunate enough to have every screenplay I have written either produced or optioned (and I don’t mean the Danny...