Working screenwriters and TV writers share how they got their first agent or manager, and what you should be considering when selecting yours.
The road to screenwriting success is rarely an easy one, but if you prepare yourself, bring the right gear and know what to expect, you stand a good chance of getting to the top.
When trying to get your TV pilot or feature screenplay out there, the length and look of your material could mean the difference between getting read or being set aside in favor of another, more esthetic screenplay.
In my latest blog posts, top literary agents and managers share their advice for mistakes you should avoid as you develop and build your screenwriting or TV writing career.
How quickly should you aim to write your screenplay or TV pilot? And when you’re just starting out, should you aim to push your velocity? The answers might surprise you!
In the latest installment of the Pearls of Wisdom from Working Writers series, pro scribes share lessons learned along their screenwriting journey, from writing approach to business advice.
What makes for a memorable screenplay, that sort that stands out and stays with the reader? I’ve been reading at a rate of a script a day for years now; in this blogpost you will find those elements that make a screenplay or pilot stand out for me.
The industry’s top literary agents and managers share their advice for breaking into screenwriting or TV writing
For many, a great screenplay or TV pilot starts with a proactive character whose needs and stakes ultimately drive plot. In my latest blogpost, check out the three critical questions whose answers will help you build and define an effective protagonist.
What should you consider when deciding on your next original screenplay or TV pilot? Should you write to the trends, for what you think execs want to read, or should you write from your passion?