Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees from last night’s 2018 Emmy ceremony! You can check out a full list of winners at The Hollywood Reporter. You can glimpse the fashion (if that’s your thing) at The LA Times. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, head over to the Emmys website and
Back by popular demand, we have updated our free one-page writing tracker for the 2018 calendar. Download this sheet, print it out, and hang it over your desk to keep track of your writing goals and milestones all year long. Download the chart here! Here are a few ways that
Several of you have asked for an updated writing tracker for 2017. We created one for 2016, and evidently people found it very useful. I had been struggling to find the time to put a new tracker together, but thankfully one of you stepped up and did the heavy lifting
The Monster’s Ball script was written by Milo Addica & Will Rokos. It was nominated for an Academy Award.
by Angela Bourassa Happy almost New Year! Over the last few days, we’ve posted some writing resolutions to help you get motivated for 2016. Today, we want to help you act on those goals with this free writing tracker. Download the free writing tracker here. It looks like this: As
I still adamantly believe that no one should submit a script to Amazon Studios, but that doesn’t mean that Amazon is all bad. They have a new free service that lets you create a storyboard of your entire script. I haven’t tried it myself just yet, but it looks like
Every once in a while I’ll find a rare gem that actually helps screenwriters write better, easier, or more creatively. WriterDuet is one such service.
Coffitivity.com is a website and application that lets you play coffee shop sounds while you work.
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.
I am the camera’s eye. I am the machine that shows you the world as I alone see it. Starting from today I am forever free of human immobility. I am in perpetual movement. I approach and draw away from things–I crawl under them–I climb on them–I am on the head of a galloping horse.