The Pitch Deck is becoming an essential tool for Film and Television Writers. Nick Sadler explains what a Pitch Deck is and why you should create one.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller explains the intricacies of packaging a film... as well as the dilemmas.
Manny Fonseca examines his biggest pitchfest pet peeves when it comes to attending pitchfests as an executive. Do you fall into any of the following categories? Read to find out.
Taking over the writing helm for Sharknado 5: Global Swarming is Scotty Mullen. Cameron Chapman speaks with Scotty about going from total beginner to working screenwriter in just four short years—an inspiring story for anyone looking to break in.
Are you guilty of making one of the top 10 crummy excuses for why you can't sell your screenplay? Stop whining and start winning!
Marty Lang explains how the recent Writer's Guild negotiations garnered screenwriting lessons for beginning screenwriters and filmmakers. If you studied the way this negotiation played out, there are some undeniable truths that can help you in your work.
Screenwriters always how to sell a script, but Ray Morton explains the better question really should be how to get your screenplay read by a potential buyer?
Help your logline pop. Michael Kim, President of Development at InkTip, shares best practices and tips for better loglines. The world is your oyster.
Is your writing safe? Steve Kaire shares advice on how to protect your material from theft.
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.