by Fin Wheeler Screenwriters are a deeply superficial bunch. We spend every writing hour trying to find new ways to show, not tell, our protagonist’s flaws, strengths, and character. Despite this, we often overlook the importance of our own physical appearance. Research has shown that in the average white collar work place, those who are... Continue Reading →
by Ken Aguado (@kaguado) & Douglas Eboch (@dougeboch) Taking a meeting in Hollywood can be intimidating, especially if you are new to the business. Like any business, Hollywood has it’s own customs and rituals when it comes to meetings. Here are ten tips to find success in the all-important art of the meeting. 1.... Continue Reading →
I see the role of the writer as creating a room with big windows and leaving the reader to imagine. It’s a meeting on the page.