You already have the power and the ability to succeed in the film and television industries, though you might be missing some tools. Know that you are your own company, and you are your company‚Äôs CEO.   Read More
Controlling your career and your success as a screenwriter is reliant on you treating yourself like a business, and marketing your "product" to as many potential buyers as possible. If you've been reading my articles, you   Read More
If success in the film industry is based on who you know, then who you know depends upon your professionalism: beginning with the first impression, carrying all the way through to   Read More
Not only is your career completely in your hands, but in this article, I'm going to explain the one thing you can do to increase your chances of success nearly 10 fold. If there is any article of mine that you are going to take to heart, this needs to be the one.   Read More
Just what is it that "they" (agents and managers) have that we don't? Why are they more successful in getting reads by the pros than us, the writers? It's frustrating, humiliating and all a bunch of "hog-wash." Or is it?   Read More
It is natural for you to expect that your agent will aggressively market your screenplays and your writing and rewriting services when introducing your work to potential buyers, but there are a number of things you can do to facilitate your agent's efforts on your behalf.   Read More
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Once you have a well written, emotionally involving screenplay that has real commercial potential, getting your work read is essential to your success in Hollywood. But sometimes doing so can seem even more daunting than writing the script was.   Read More
In the summer of 2007, Patrice Williams said she received a call from Audrey Kelly, the publisher and editor-in-chief of Fade In Magazine. Williams had won first place in the magazine's screenwriting competition, in the "Thriller" category, she was told. She would be receiving $750, script coverage by a WGA-affiliated writer, a subscription to Fade In and a Waterman pen.   Read More
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After reading hundreds of those attempts as a judge in two different contests over the past several years, I have compiled these twelve simple tips for writers to keep in mind before they sign all those hefty submission checks that tend to go along with entering many of these contests.   Read More
With the proliferation of screenplay competitions, many writers are wondering which competitions to enter or whether they are effective or not. The only reason to enter a competition is to get recognition for your script.   Read More
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