Good Will To All
How To Turn Your Logline Into A Pitch
What Do Typos in Your Screenplay Say About You?
By: James Napoli
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...
Take Your Screenwriting Power Back
How to Write a Logline Producers Won’t Pass On [with Logline Examples]
Breaking into Screenwriting is a Marathon, Not a Sprint
Don’t Ruin a Good Read! Screenwriting Mistakes to Avoid
The DO’S and DONT'S of Taking Notes
Moving Beyond Screenplay Structure
David E. Vendrell – Young & Hungry
Justin Kremer – Young & Hungry
Erica Tachoir Talks “Scattering Jake”
Portrait of a Promising Young Screenwriter
“Writing Is In The Rewrite” Says HBO Story Analyst Mark Chandley
5 Ways to Get Your Screenwriting Year Off to a Great Start
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...