Ben Edlund discusses how he was able to get his comic book, The Tick, produced, and how that lead to several variations of it—an animated series and a live action show—which are currently airing on Amazon Prime.
John Fusco (Young Guns, Hidalgo) talks about how he got his spec script, The Highwaymen (Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson), eventually sold to and was produced by Netflix.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with writer/director Mike Kravinsky about his latest feature film, Nothing to Do. Having worked in journalism for three decades, Mike discusses how journalism lead him to his current position writing and directing indie films.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with screenwriters Tom Bhramayana and Stephen T. Hoover about making their new feature film, Tinker', all while living in Louisiana.
Screenwriter and director Mark Steven Johnson discusses his crime feature, Finding Steve McQueen and how he was able to break into the business with his spec for Grumpy Old Men.
With the pursuit of a career in film, it's always important to evaluate when it might be time to throw in the towel. Or can you? Christopher Schiller examines the when and how to call it quits... or if you even should.
Writer/Director Chris von Hoffmann talks about the writing Monster Party and how he was able to get the film funded and produced. The film is currently available on VOD and DVD.
Dan Goforth shares the journey from script to Neflix of the story of professional barrel racer and inspirational speaker Amberley Snyder is brought to the screen in Walk. Ride. Rodeo.
Stephen Follows discusses his new report, Judging Screenplays By Their Coverage, which reveals their findings from analyzing over 12K screenplays and the coverage those screenplays received.
Filmmaker Melissa Miller Costanzo discusses working on set in the art department and how that lead her to writing and directing, including her indie feature drama,
, starring Molly Ringwald.