Choosing Between Agents, Managers and Lawyers
By: Brandon Blake
Company: BLAKE & WANG P.A.
QUESTION FOR FILMTVLAW.COM:I’m an experienced showrunner with two series under my belt. I’m shopping around a third but getting shut out of all but current connects and friends. I never went the agent route, but now considering agent vs. manager...
Warner Bros. Chiefs On The Present And Future Of Film & TV
When Social Media Meets Research, How Do You Know What To Believe?
Where Does The Legal Battle Between the ATA and the WGA Leave Producers?
What Are We Really Selling?
Why Screenwriters Should Write With A Producer’s Cap On
By: Charles Borg
Screenwriters need to think strategically about what they’re writing and why they’re writing it. Are you writing for yourself, a screenwriting contest, or are you looking to position your work in the marketplace? Charles Borg spoke with Creative...
There Will Always Be A Market For A Script We Can’t Put Down
Producer Jason Mirch Discusses The State Of The Entertainment Industry
Breaking In: Representation – GETTING SIGNED
“Make Them Forget They’re Reading A Script” Says Manager Jonathan Hersh
By: Jonathan Hersh
As part of our continuing series of interviews with agents and managers, Creative Screenwriting Magazine spoke with Jonathan Hersh from Housefire Management about how screenwriters should be working with their representatives.How does a screenwriter...
Manager Andrew Kersey’s Advice To Screenwriters...
Are You Ready To Enter The Screenwriting Marketplace?
You're Not Going To Win An Oscar...
Scaring Up Funds: How to Acquire Investors When Your Movie’s in Horror
Desperation, Dread, & Determination
Have a Horrible Holiday
Model NDA: Nondisclosure Agreement
By: Douglas Robbins
This Guide provides a simple Model Nondisclosure Agreement (NDA), controlled by California law and venued, for any action, in San Francisco. This is a fairly broad NDA for parties seeking to collaborate, partner, or buy or sell interests in...
Model Screenwriter Collaboration Agreement in California
By: Douglas Robbins
This Guide provides a simple Model Screenwriter Collaboration Agreement to be performed in California and arbitrated, if necessary, in San Francisco. The Agreement assumes that the two writers are equal in authority (no one is the boss over the...