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Savvy writers are always tweaking and polishing and editing and rewriting their loglines. Let’s begin by talking about loglines that don’t work, and why. Here are five types of loglines that don’t work.   Read More
I get a lot of emails from writers around this time of year who think they Hollywood shuts down for the month of December and therefore so should they, and I find these emails excruciatingly perplexing.   Read More
New Media are loosely defined as new entertainment formats developed for emerging technologies, like television in the 50s and the internet today. And the question that drives new formats every time a new medium is developed is "how do we make money off this?" Understanding the answer to this question is of paramount importance if you’re going to make any headway in this new arena.   Read More
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One question I see a lot here at InkTip is: What can I do to raise the effectiveness of my pitches through the weekly newsletter?   Read More
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So there you are. Knee deep in an alternate universe, seeing things no one has ever seen before, hearing the voices of characters speaking through you as though by telepathy.   Read More
I got a call from a director the other day asking if I'd be willing to put a call out to our writers for scripts meeting some very specific criteria. I said, "Sure, what's the genre?" He replied   Read More
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A producer called me recently to rave about a script he'd just optioned. It was a real genre-buster, it had the most unique and amazing   Read More
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When pitching a script by way of submission query, a synopsis can help a reader decide whether to read your script. This article is written by Jared Wynn, who oversees producer membership on InkTip. Jerrol recently asked me to write a synopsis for him, and instead of boring you with the actual conversation, I’ll entertain you with how I imagine it might have gone...   Read More
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I've seen a lot of writers succeed and fail in this business, and watching that without being able to do anything about it is like not being able to scratch an itch. So I decided to   Read More
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All right, so you know your hook and you've got a couple good loglines. You can pitch a script in the time it takes to ride the elevator down to the lobby. You've got scripts on InkTip, you send pitches in the mail, and you...   Read More
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