Warner Bros. Chiefs On The Present And Future Of Film & TV
“The Story Is Not True, But The Feelings Are” TV Writer Liz Feldman
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Comedy Screenwriting Craft: Using Metaphors
First Impressions: The Length and Look of Your Pilot or Screenplay
Where Does The Legal Battle Between the ATA and the WGA Leave Producers?
Producer Jason Mirch Discusses The State Of The Entertainment Industry
5 Ways to Get Your Screenwriting Year Off to a Great Start
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...
Why Is Mrs. Maisel So Marvelous?
Create Your Pitch Part II: Sell, Don’t Tell
Create Your Pitch Part I: Baiting the Hook
Tossed Salad, Scrambled Eggs, and the Sundance Film Festival
By: Josh Sorokach
How can I be expected to get any writing done when there are eleven seasons of Frasier on Netflix? That was my first thought when I sat down to write about my experience winning the 2018 Table Read My Screenplay Competition. Some iteration of...
The 7 Elements of a Viable Story
Size Matters! What the Length of Your Screenplay Says About You
Magical Realism in Game of Thrones (Some Spoilers Present)
By: Neil Landau
There’s a hint of the magical from the very teaser of the pilot of Game of Thrones. This is a fantastical world, where showrunners/writers/adapters David Benioff and D.B. Weiss wisely make sure not to introduce too much too soon for the...