I want to focus on the three things that are equally and absolutely necessary to make a script excellent. You know them already, but oftentimes, in the depths of the hermetic writing cave, it is easy to lose sight of one or more of them.
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?
You're telling you're friends you're a screenwriter. But can you really call yourself one?
As a development executive & producer, I am often asked by writers: What kind of projects are you looking for?