4 Reasons Your Script is in Development Hell

Today's guest post comes to us from Vanessa Frank. Vanessa is the presenter of Film Funding from A-Z, an on-demand course which teaches film finance to independent filmmakers. by Vanessa Frank “Development hell” is a term that no professional scriptwriter ever wants to hear. Spend any amount of time in Hollywood and you will inevitably be told innumerable... Continue Reading →

How to Develop a Great Character in 7 Days

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) It’s easy to become impatient when writing a script. Many of us type FADE IN on the first day we have an idea for a story. Granted, there are some writers who actually work successfully that way. But for most of us, writing is a slow, painful process that requires a lot... Continue Reading →

Feedback and the Rings of Development

by Fin Wheeler While screenwriters must be open to taking any and all feedback, we should be very judicious in deciding which comments to employ. Feedback on Staffed TV For a staff writer on a successful, long-running show, the feedback process is clear cut. You write your script, your head writer gets notes from the... Continue Reading →

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