Tracking Your Screenplay Submissions: From Contests to Execs
What Do Typos in Your Screenplay Say About You?
By: James Napoli
Company: Creative Screenwriting
Script readers or people who read screenplays professionally are quite often screenwriters themselves. They are looking for reasons to shuttle your screenplay into the pass pile. Excessive typos are a common reason for them to do so. So why do...
Breaking into Screenwriting is a Marathon, Not a Sprint
The DO’S and DONT'S of Taking Notes
Breaking In: Representation – GETTING SIGNED
Portrait of a Promising Young Screenwriter
5 Ways to Get Your Screenwriting Year Off to a Great Start
3 Reasons the Screenwriters Personal Story is SO Important
What Exactly Is A Screenwriter’s Voice – Insignia Entertainment’s Alex Robb
7 Ways to Make Sure Your Screenwriting Career Never Takes Off
When I Talk to Writers...
By: Eric Sherman
Company: Eric Sherman
WHEN I TALK TO WRITERS... There are a number of key points I emphasize - 1. How readable is your script? In other words, is it gripping, compelling, well-paced, uniquely interesting? If not, we make a plan to fix it. 2. Is it an acceptable length?...
The Five Most Common PitchFest Questions Answered!
By: Bob Schultz
PitchFest season has turned into a year-round, worldwide affair. If you have a project and want to network with executives, you can go to LA, New York, Austin, London, Rome, and many other cities all over the globe. If you are preparing for a...
Why You Need a Professional Consultant to Give You Screenplay Feedback
What should expect from a script consultant? Creative Screenwriting Magazine gets into the weeds with our friends at the International Screenwriters’ Association to help elevate your screenplay to a marketable level and strategize your...