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...
Here’s What We Found Out About Ageism In Hollywood
Breaking In: Representation – GETTING SIGNED
Portrait of a Promising Young Screenwriter
“Writing Is In The Rewrite” Says HBO Story Analyst Mark Chandley
Lee Jessup’s Screenwriting Resource Guide
What You Need To Know To Graduate From Screenwriter To Film Producer
Pick Your Lane: Lit Reps Weigh in on Screenwriting Brand
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?...
Should Screenwriters Enter Screenwriting Contests?
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...
You're Not Going To Win An Oscar...
Desperation, Dread, & Determination
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...