Ever wonder what happens after a screenwriting contest win? Sebastian Magiera takes you on the water-bottle tour of meetings after winning the Grand Prize for Finish Line Script Competition, sharing networking and pitching tips.
Even years after a contest success, a writer can still get noticed. Joshua Corin shares his journey from screenwriting contest winner to published writer.
After taking a two-year break in order to reevaluate and revamp the competition, Sidewalk Film Festival committee is bringing Sidewrite back larger and better than ever! The 20th Annual Sidewalk Film Festival takes place August 20th-26th, 2018.
Professional screenwriter Craig Van Sickle opines his dislike of novice script writers investing their money in script feedback services when they're often kept in the dark about who is reading their material and giving them "expert" notes.
Marty Lang shares screenwriting contests run by local and state governments. If your script meets their guidelines, you might qualify for resources to make your film!
Screenplay competition winner Amanda Parham shares eleven ways that screen and television writers can capitalize on a screenplay contest win or placement.
Christian Taylor of Taylor Lane Productions shares his thoughts on what makes a script stand out above the rest when judging a screenplay contest.
Meet Chelsea Watkins, winner of The Writers Store Spotlight Screenplay Competition for her feature screenplay, Powderpuff. We spoke with Chelsea about her writing career and insights into how to win a screenplay contest.
Paula Landry explains how all screenwriting is marketing, simply for the reason that nobody writes a screenplay to languish on a hard drive.
The road to network writing programs starts with a strong spec script. Here are pointers from Tawnya Bhattacharya to help you choose the right spec.