There are so many conversations that go into a decade of career coaching. So many writers I’ve sat down with. So many sessions. In the decade I’ve been coaching emerging and professional screenwriters, I’ve met with close to 2,000 individual writers. Coached upwards of 150 hours per month. Read more… read more →
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.
For those of us who read a lot, what are some of the roadblocks for getting excited about and invested in the original TV pilot of spec feature script we are reading? Check out the elements that traditionally bump me in my latest blogpost.
Whether you’re a working writer juggling the responsibilities of the room or a writing assignment with your own original writing, or a writer trying to find time to write while also working a full time job, working scribe Greta Heinemann has some great advice for you!
While most emerging writers who do their research and keep a level head come to screenwriting with a clear understanding of how the industry works, it does happen that a new writer will arrive on the scene, with his or her mistrust put broadly – if not proudly – on… read more →