Turns out the screenwriting and TV writing classes aren’t just for new writers. All too often, my working writers flock to them whenever time allows.
When sending your screenplay or TV pilot out to agents, managers, executives or producers, what is the proper etiquette for following up?
Everyone hopes that, sooner or later, a screenwriting opportunity will knock. But when? And where? No one knows. Which is exactly why you have to be prepared.
Go beyond the writing: Know how to answer these three questions about your screenplay or TV pilot and impress agents, managers, producers and executives!
An ambitious path is one that will almost always lead, at some point, to frustration and rejection. So how do you brace for the storm when it comes? I turn to real life experience from my working writers to find out.
When someone tells you to slow down your TV pilot, what do they actually mean? I decode the note in my latest installment of This Week in Coaching.
A few years back, I wrote the blog post DECODE THIS: I DIDN’T CONNECT WITH YOUR SCREENPLAY. Its mission was simple: dig into what executives, agents and managers really mean when they tell the writer something to the tune of: Nice writing, I just really didn’t connect with it. The… read more →
In the construction of your body of work, should you focus on developing new pilots and screenplays, or going back and rewriting old screenplays and pilots until they are their best?
In my latest Pearls of Wisdom installment, working writers share some of the mistakes they made early in their screenwriting and TV writing careers.