Column D: The Name Game – Why Are Character Names Important?

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I dig this article because too few writer’s appreciate the power a character’s name can hold. Beyond identification, the name can work to assist the reader/viewer in both connecting and understanding the character subconsciously before really knowing the character.   Great … Continue reading

Legally Speaking, It Depends: Script Registration?

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This article tackles something I’ve heard many of you debating the necessity of: Registering your script. Personally, this has always been the given for me.  As soon as I had completed any script, TV or feature, my first action was … Continue reading

May all your pitches and meetings be as memorable as this…

merritt_wever_a_pMerritt Wever in a few short seconds has become the talk of Hollywood.

How are you going to make your impression?

Remember, Screenwriter’s World Conference West commences in four days.  Make your plan now so you can be as intentionally or unintentionally memorable when it’s your time to shine.

When in doubt, Wever it!

How to Ace Your Pitch: Helpful Tips for Screenwriters World Conference West

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Though this article sounds very similar to the previous post, it’s actually much more in depth and worth reading. While the previously posted article focused more on the plan before walking into the pitch or social gathering, this is more … Continue reading

The 5 Keys to Being Unstoppable in Your Screenwriting Career

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With T-minus four days until the Screenwriter’s World Conference commences, today’s articles are all about selling yourself as a writer. And this article comes with a bonus: It’s written by the woman running the webinar on selling yourself this coming … Continue reading