Gordy Hoffman, founder of the BlueCat Screenplay Competition, recently shared his thoughts on how to win that contest, and his words can be applied to virtually any screenwriting competition.
The BlueCat Screenplay Competition is putting on a little challenge for screenwriters: write at least three pages a day for thirty days.
It’s pretty rare for us to put up recommendations on this site. We only get behind products, books, and services that we truly believe in. IndieFlix is one of those services.
Blake Snyder Enterprises has announced the release of Save the Cat! Story Structure Software 3.0. I haven’t tried this software yet… but it looks really cool.
I recently discovered OpenWiFiSpots.com and have fallen in love with it.
I just stumbled upon Classic Cinema Online and decided I had to share it with all of you.
Here’s another great article from Michael Ferris.
I discovered this site today while looking for articles about how to beat out a script. It’s called beatsheetcentral.com and its simply a collection of user-generated beat sheets for famous movies and television shows.
The International Screenwriter’s Association is a great free resource for aspiring and working screenwriters.