As we settle into the strange new normal of COVID-19, what does it all mean for screenwriters aiming to build their TV and screenwriting careers?
Every screenwriter would love a spec sale. But we hear it constantly: You have to have an agent. You have to have a manager. Most specs just don’t sell. But that wasn’t the case for Alan Horsnail, who, without any industry representation in place, managed to sell his feature spec.
In the time of the coronavirus, are there new opportunities for writers seeking representation? I take a deep dive in my latest This Week in Coaching blogpost.
In these strange days of COVID-19 and shelter-in-place, writers are turning to these classes, tools, online events, facebook groups, podcasts and blogs to keep sane, inspired and productive!
As COVID-19 disrupts businesses across America, how is it effecting screenwriters, and writing in the industry by extension? I break it down in a close look at what I’m reading and hearing from the front lines…
Let’s face it: building a screenwriting career usually takes more time than anyone wants it to. In order for it to not take longer than it has to, make sure you have a smart, focused career plan in place.
For many writers it’s often hard to get notes on their work, especially when they think their screenplay or pilot is almost ready. But sometimes, it’s just as hard to give them…
To get your year off to a great start, begin planning and preparing for the screenwriting & TV writing programs, fellowships and labs you want to apply to in Q1!
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.
That time of year when the prestigious TV writing programs start reaching out to few for second samples and interviews, but pass over many others, can be a difficult period for many talented scribes.