ON LOCATION One Sure Fire Way to Get Your Script In Front Of Hollywood Producers, Literary Agents, & Managers. Query Letter Mailings If you have a completed screenplay, you have spent countless hours writing it and getting it to […]
Three Must Haves for Your Logline 1. State the conflict and who it’s between. Screenplays are boring when there is not enough conflict. It’s the same with the logline. You may have a great script but your logline will […]
5 Lies About Becoming a Screenwriter Becoming a screenwriter is the most incredible, challenging, rewarding, disappointing, exciting, rollercoaster ride of self-discovery you’ll ever take. No matter how your career turns out, it’s worth it. That said, your life is […]
FIVE LAWS TO CREATE A GREAT SCREEN STORY Wonderful Screen Stories just don’t happen. They must be flawless in concept, detailed in structure, a plot that keeps the audience in their seats and a clear, precise understanding of the […]
My apologies for being so late with this post. We experienced computer problems Five Great Holiday Films and How to Copy Them Jodie Foster directs this bitter sweet comedy about a single woman who goes home for the holidays. […]
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The Truth About the One Thing Writers Hate Doing Networking Screenwriters typically cringe when hearing that they need to schmooze or network to succeed in Hollywood, Toronto, London, Mumbai or Beijing. The whole idea of “schmoozing” and “networking” brings […]