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FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Patience

    You're waiting on an executive. Now what?

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Patience

    You're waiting on an executive. Now what?

  • To Suffer

    As a development executive, and perhaps more so as one whose company is connected to talent management, I often get the question: What do you think I should write next?

  • Crafting an Arc

    TV pilot season 2018 is now behind us. The networks have made their choices regarding what shows on their schedules will be renewed, and which ones are headed to the chopping block. Let’s take a closer look at why some of these decisions were made.

TV Trends

By |The Biz, Time Sensitive|

TV pilot season 2018 is now behind us. The networks have made their choices regarding what shows on their schedules will be renewed, and which ones are headed to the chopping block. Let’s take a closer look at why some of these decisions were made.

Opportunity

By |The Biz|

Dealing with rejection is part of life for writers. No matter how brilliant your project is, not everyone is going to like it. But there’s an important distinction writers must make.

A Look Inside

By |The Biz|

For writers anxiously waiting for a producer or creative executive to respond to a script submission, it can be frustrating. Why exactly do they sometimes take so long to reply?

Writing Tips

Crafting an Arc

By |Featured 3, Writing Tips|

TV pilot season 2018 is now behind us. The networks have made their choices regarding what shows on their schedules will be renewed, and which ones are headed to the chopping block. Let’s take a closer look at why some of these decisions were made.

Goals!

By |Writing Tips|

So your protag, your main character, the one you've been "living with" for months (years?) has a goal, right? Riiiiiiight? If you’re scratching your head, you’re not alone.

Good to Read

By |The Biz, Writing Tips|

If you’re looking for a comprehensive guide to screenwriting, the first book I’d recommend would be Robert McKee’s “Story: Substance, Structure, Style, and the Principles of Screenwriting.”

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