by Ashley Scott Meyers In this episode I talk with screenwriter Tony Aloupis. We talk about his latest film, Safelight, and how it came about, as well as digging in into his background and how he got started as a screenwriter. You can listen to the audio portion of the
by Angela Bourassa I had the privilege of attending Scriptfest this past weekend on behalf of LA Screenwriter (and my own writing career), and I must say the whole event was a wonderful success. There were a few hiccups here and there, but overall, I found the classes, the interactions,
I’d be writing and making a short once a week and posting it. Because that’s the quickest way to get attention.
by Angela Guess Yesterday I shared the first half of my conversation with screenwriter Keith Giglio, author of Writing the Comedy Blockbuster. In part two, Keith and I discuss the importance of stealing, how to break into the industry, and which scripts every aspiring comedy screenwriter should read. LA Screenwriter
Breaking into the film business is not a problem that resolves itself through a single answer or path. It’s a problem that succumbs only to a process, a series of efforts taken over time. And the bitch of it is, you never know which is the right strategy until it
John Buchanan of Script Magazine has written an article about opportunities often overlooked by novice screenwriters: writing assignments.