Most novice screenwriters think getting screwed over in Hollywood all boils down to story theft, but in truth, story theft rarely takes place. Instead, they overlook the very real screenwriting pitfalls that can cause unnecessary career setbacks.
OK. So you made a movie. Great. And so what if traditional distributors rejected you. Lets talk about how you’re going to market your movie, so you have the chance at recouping a little investment.
Television staff writers hold some of the most coveted (and highest paid) writing positions in Hollywood. And your first step toward ‘breaking in’ and becoming one of these elite writers begins with crafting a top-notch sample TV spec script. In articles I’ve written about Feature-Length screenwriting, I’ve constantly remarked how Newbie writers should avoid Comedy […]
In this filmmaking article, producer Jason Brubaker talks about the importance of screenwriting and having a good screenplay.
You don’t need a screenwriting agent to get your screenplay seen by Hollywood’s gatekeepers. Here are three reasons to be your own screenwriting agent.
A BIG reason movies fail is because filmmakers do not define their target audience. This article provides quick tactics on how to find your target audience.