If you've already met with us, you know about the "Big 7" fellowships for TV writers. Well, now there's 8. Starting next Wednesday, March 4th, HBO is inaugurating their new HBO Writer's Fellowship when they open up for entries. Though it's not open yet, you can click here for more details.
It's the key to success in just about any creative field: Networking and Connections. And no, those are not the two words. But once you read this article, you'll understand just how easy it is to spur conversation and easily build rapport. What are those two little words? Well, you'll just have to click here… Continue reading Two Little Words That Will Up Your Networking Game
The importance of good grammar has become widely overlooked in today's society. With texting and Twitter, shorthand has become the norm. And it bleeds into our emails and writings, in general. It also leads to grammar taking a backseat to getting out information sooner rather than later. But for many, especially in the professional realm,… Continue reading Comma, you’re kidding, right? When to give your writing a break and when to not.
Last May, we posted this in another post but feel that it's too good not to bring to the fore again. Many authors have made their imprint on society with their works. Some with a singular work that resonates. Others with a handful that make their mark. But few offer the breadth of their work… Continue reading Elmore Leonard’s 10 Rules Of Writing
Quentin Tarantino often cites his greatest lessons on film came from his years working at Video Archives as he constantly watched movies. For screenwriters, there is no greater learning tool than reading other screenplays. Personally, I find benefit in reading from any screenplay. Bad. Good. Pedestrian. There are lessons to be gathered from each. But… Continue reading Learn from the best: Download all the 2015 Oscar-nominated Screenplays