His horror films have broken records, and his his current FearNet series was renewed almost immediately out of the gate. This week we meet hard-working producer-writer-actor-director-showrunner Adam Green! Click image to play video; more details are below. After graduating from Hofstra University in New York with a Bachelor of Science degree in Television and Film [...]
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For Daniel Knauf, his first TV staff gig wasn’t until his forties, when he sold Carnivàle to HBO… and he’s still breaking barriers today, as he launches a new cutting-edge online experience. Click image to play video; more details are below. March 23rd, 2012 was the launch of Bxx: Haunted! Register for your invitation at [...]
Four years ago, Kyle Killen faced an ultimatum from his pregnant wife: sell something, or call it quits on this “hobby.” Fast forward to the present: Kyle has sold two features that have gone into production and sold two pilots that have gone to series. One of those pilots is NBC’s Awake, which has wowed [...]
There’s no better way to make sure you DON’T endear yourself to agents, producers, or writers than by spitting on what they do.
Within seven years of graduating from film school, Sheri Elwood had not only created her own successful TV series, but had written and directed a feature film starring Kirsten Dunst and Lynn Redgrave. Fast forward to the present: her current series, Call Me Fitz, which was inspired by her own family, has just won seven Gemini Awards.
Every year, networks shoot about 100 professionally shot, designed, acted, and edited pilots. These pilots are your competition. These are the pilots you need to beat with your writing alone.
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.
PrimeTime: Wanna Be A Writer? Get In the Game or Go Home. (Also: Comedy Writing Programs and Pilot Page Counts.)
Most people who “can’t” move to L.A. … or switch jobs … or do the things necessary to break in … simply don’t want to. But make no mistake: THE CHOICE IS YOURS.
Finding an agent to represent you is not done by sending queries, e-mailing strangers, or submitting scripts. Finding an agent is something that must be EARNED.