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Very few screenwriting books offer tactics on how to sell a screenplay without an agent. Something that will add credits to your IMDB, put money in your pocket, and help kick-start your career. Here are four tips to help get you there and also p...

If you wrote a complicated, character driven script and you’re trying to figure out how to condense it into one log line, have a trusted friend read your script and then ask him or her tell you what it’s about. The post How To Write A Logline For...

I’ve seen a lot of short films over the years. Frequently I’ve been impressed by the visuals, the level of the acting, sometimes the innovative use of a mix of media. Can you guess what most often is the weakest link? The post The Shocking Truth...

A few years back I had the first draft of my first screenplay ever. Like a lot of folks who dream of Hollywood success, I was eager to share my work with the world. Problem was, I had no idea what I was doing. Through a friend of a friend, I was put...

I’m assuming that, like me, you’ve seen more than your fair share of films. And, yes, I know that when you start assuming you make an ass of you and ming… or something like that. I find that there are times when a film may be less than fully ca...

Source: https://www.freepik.com/free-photo/aerial-view-man-typing-retro-typewriter_3213042.htm#page=1&query=writers&position=26 Screenwriting is indeed an art. That said, establishing your screenwriting career is not only about beautiful writ...

Okay, we’ve all been here. You reach a point in your writing where you think to yourself: “I cannot finish my screenplay!” You might have started your script with a bunch excitement and energy… And next thing you know, your in...