Atlanta-based screenwriter Mark Leidner discusses his career living far from Hollywood and how he's been able to get some of his scripts produced, like his new film, Empathy, Inc., a grounded sci-fi thriller.
Confident Writing is S-E-X-Y. Barri Evins tells all: what it is, why you need it, where to get it, who it turns-on and how to use it to excite the industry.
Script looks back at the career of the late, great Oscar-winning screenwriter, Alvin Sargent, celebrating his life and the essential writing advice he graciously shared.
Director Jason Winer discusses the early days of his career, and how that lead him to directing, and eventually his latest feature, An Ode to Joy, starring Martin Freeman.
Warning screenwriters! Making a movie isn't as simple as you might think. Paul Peditto opens up about his first directing experience so screenwriters turned first-time directors learn from his mistakes.
Christopher Schiller wraps up his film reviews from Telluride Film Festival with a look at The Report, Parasite, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Two Popes, and Marriage Story.
Writers conference do more than just provide writing classes, they're a great way to build your network and reignite your passion for writing. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman encourages writers to explore the 35th Central Coast Writers Conference, coming up the end of September.
Christopher Schiller continues his film reviews at Telluride Film Festival with Sony's The Climb, which started out as a short film at Sundance in 2018.
Shawn Ku discusses how he launched his career as a writer/director with a short and low-budget feature, and how that has lead him to his latest feature film, A Score To Settle, with Nicholas Cage.