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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 What’s your Log Line...

Agents, managers and producers make their living by finding good material, so it is in your best interest to have some good material. In this article on screenwriting, Jason Brubaker shares his experience reading material for a producer in New York -...

If you're a screenwriter, you'll need some professional screenwriting. In this article, filmmaking stuff offers links to free software and resources. The post WriterDuet Offers Free Screenwriting Software So You Can Write Your Script appeared first...

When I read screenplays for a producer, many of the screenplays I read were unprofessional. In this article, I list 5 tips for avoiding the trash can. The post 5 Tips For New Screenwriters Who Want To Avoid The Trash appeared first on Filmmaking Stu...

When I read screenplays for a producer, many of the screenplays I read were unprofessional. In this article, I list 5 tips for avoiding the trash can. The post Tips for Screenwriters appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

Screenwriting is starts by writing a crappy first draft. And the real writing begins in the rewrite. This is because nobody writes a perfect first draft. This is good news if you’re willing to do the necessary work to rework your story. Unfortu...

I worked for a producer in New York City. It was my job to read, evaluate and write coverage on screenplays in hopes of finding a gem. In one year, I read hundreds and hundreds of scripts. Unfortunately, I only found a couple potential gems and most...