For many, selling a screenplay represents the ultimate screenwriting success. But in today’s market, how likely is a writer to sell a screenplay written on spec?
many writers want to know: how long does it take to go from unknown to screenwriting professional? Don’t take my word for it! Here is what my agent and manager friends had to say.
The industry can be infuriating. Frustrating. Enraging. But don’t let it get to you. If you do, it may show up in ways that are hard to reverse…
Everyone always talks about the craft you need to learn in order to become an apt screenwriter or TV writer. But what about the experiences you have, which then feed and inform your writing?
Winning or placing in a screenwriting competition can become a career milestone for many an emerging screenwriter or TV writer. But are all screenwriting competitions, and all competition placements equal?
In order to successfully build a screenwriting career, do you have to live in Los Angeles? I got the lowdown from top agents and managers when I interviewed them for my book, BREAKING IN.
For many writers who come to screenwriting or TV writing as a second career or not right out of collage, the age factor can be a huge concern. In my latest blogpost, I break down when it will, and won’t, be a factor.
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.