by Tim Schildberger (@LiveReadLA) We are in Competition Deadline Season! Many of the biggest screenwriting competitions have their final deadlines in the next few days and weeks — the Nicholls final deadline is May 1, and the Austin final deadline is May 15 — so now’s the time to polish
by Onicia Muller (@OniciaMuller) After almost seven years of writing and coordinating with collaborators, I finally co-produced Sucker’s Garden, a Caribbean radio drama, with my friend Kimberly Meyers. Here are six lessons I learned while adapting our feature screenplay into a radio drama. 1. Create your vision, then worry about
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