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The Same Answer to 11 Questions
By: Dave Trottier
Company: Dave Trottier
There is one answer I give to a great number of questions I receive from developing screenwriters. Here is that answer:The script (or scripts) you are referring to was developed in the studio system, or was written by an established writer, or was...
10 Ways to Write More – The Working Writers’ Edition
By: Greta Heinemann
The below is a guest blog from working writer Greta Heinemann, producer on NCIS NEW ORLEANS, winner of the Final Draft Big Break Contest, once a CBS Mentoring Program participant, and Humanitas New Voices Prize recipient. Greta is repped by UTA and...
Lauren Minnerath – Young & Hungry
Connie O’Donahue & Jeremy Nielsen – Young & Hungry
Jeremy Michael Cohen – Young & Hungry
Writing Effective Plot Twists
By: James Napoli
Creative Screenwriting Magazine contributor, James Napoli details the different types of plot twists screenwriters can use in their screenplays. There are several different types of plot twists you can use in your screenwriting. Let’s take a look...
Ward Parry – Young & Hungry
Jessica Cyrell & Danny Merritt – Young & Hungry
ISA Returns to Park City with Table Read My Screenplay
The International Screenwriters’ Association (ISA) is thrilled to return to Park City, UT, during this year’s Sundance Film Festival, to showcase their Table Read My Screenplay winning script with a live table read.The event will take...
Allison Buckmelter & Nicolas Buckmelter – Young & Hungry
Aaron Sala – Young & Hungry
Sundance Or Bust – A Review On One Of The Biggest Festivals For Filmmakers
By: Tracy Clark, Edna Barnes & Frank Leroy
Park City, Utah is host to the biggest film festival in the United States. In 1978 it was known as the United States Film Festival, then changed its name in 1989 to the Sundance Film Festival. That same year Sundance became synonymous with...