The Screenwriter’s Guide to General Meetings
4 Secrets To Selling Your Screenplay… And Not Your Soul!
By: Pen Densham
As a four-year-old, I was impressed by seeing my parents making short 35mm films for the movie theaters, even riding a live 7 ft alligator in one of them. Those experiences caused me to have a life-long desire to conjure visual and emotional magic...
Meaning and Toy Story 4
Your Screenplay or TV Pilot: How Long Should it Take to Write?
What An Audience Really Wants From Your Script
Career Success Comes to Those Who Try The Most Things
By: Michael Thompson
Company: Michael Thompson
When I was 24-years-old after twelve months of working my first sales job I was hand-picked by upper-management to lead a team of experienced sales executives.I was excited about the promotion, but I was also scared. I had a severe speech impediment...
Write Worlds And Characters Actors Want To Play
About That Chip on Your Shoulder…
6 Types Of Friends Every Screenwriter Needs
By: Amy Sullivan
Most screenwriters owe their tenacity and determination to the people they surround themselves with. This includes all the industry folks that can either directly or indirectly get your screenplays into the write (sorry, right) hands that can...
Screenwriter Ted Campbell Goes “Underground”
Villains And Their Functions In Stories
How a Big Life Leads to Better Writing
Choosing Between Agents, Managers and Lawyers
Up Close And Personal With Guillermo Del Toro
7 Reasons Your Characters Hurt Your Script
Your characters compel you to be honest, and this creates a challenge. The actions of the characters make your story. Writers often focus on plot, structure, theme, dialogue, description, amongst many other elements, but the success of your script...