Tim John of Think Hollywood recently shared ten tips that he's learned over his years of pitching to Hollywood execs. His list begins: 1. BE CONFIDENT BUT NEVER COCKY. Never be “Too smart for the room”. But don’t be self-effacing either. Many “El Laysians” just don’t get irony. I once went to a meeting at... Continue Reading →
Dave Trottier of Script Magazine has written a clever article offering up the three best ways to fail as a writer.
James Hull has written a great article on Screenplay.com about how to figure out your main character's arc.
Judy Kellem wrote this helpful article a while back on the art of writing a query letter that if concise, focused, and powerful.
This article from ScriptMag.com gives some insight into how to write a gruesome scene without alienating your audience.