If you want to present as a screenwriting professional (even long before you’ve broken in), you have to know the industry terms and vernacular that the industry uses daily.
Someone once told me that working in the entertainment industry is not so much about having a job as it is adhering to a lifestyle. And this lifestyle is no joke. Want to make sure you don’t burn out? Find your work/life balance.
There are a number of great reasons to join a writer’s group! In this installment of This Week In Coaching, I take deep dive into why they are so important.
What do seasoned producers look for in a pitch? American Film Market offered up the answer to just that when they invited me to moderate 2019’s Pitch Presentation.
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.