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A Filmmakers & Screenwriters Guide To Networking

Filmmaker Chris Jones offers some top tips for making those all important business connections.

How Do You Know When Your Screenplay Is Ready For Market?

Producer and script consultant Wendy Kram offers sage advice for eager screenwriters who are preparing to shop their script.

Don’t F@#%ing Pitch Your Movie Like This!

Screenwriter and script consultant Trevor Mayes discusses the art of pitching your movie.

Secrets of the 3-Minute Pitch

Story consultant, author and lecturer Michael Hauge offers some great advice on how to sell your screenplay.

The "Long Haul" Journey of a Screenwriter...

Screenwriter Mark Sanderson shares his experience of his own "long haul" screenwriting journey.

How To Get A Producer To Read Your Movie Script

Produced playwright and fiction author Persephone Vandegrift tackles the age-old question that faces every new writer of how to get their material read by a producer.

Achieve Success As A Screenwriter

Freelance writer Brian Konradt gives some great pointers on how to be a successful screenwriter.

The Right Hook: How To Secure Literary Representation With Your Best Logline & Pitch

Producer Marvin V. Acuna explains how important it is to get your logline and pitch right when seeking literary representation.

Pitching Your Script - Questions Every Producer Has About Your Screenplay

Writer, producer and author Hal Croasmun helps you make the right pitch.

See Your Script Through The Eyes Of A Literary Agent

Michael Hauge helps you understand the process of script reading from the perspective of a literary agent.

How To Get An Agent

Author and former Studio Exec Marisa D'Vari gives some practical advice in obtaining literary representation.

The Freedom to Shop: Contracts For Optioning A Screenplay

Robert Seigel discusses contract alternatives to the standard screenplay option agreement for screenwriters.

The Hollywood Screenwriter As A Multiple-Personality

Quigly Down Under scribe John Hill discusses the many guises of a screenwriter.

The Top Ten Reasons For When You, As A Writer, Need A Lawyer

Entertainment Attorney Robert L. Seigel gives you the hard facts we always wanted to know about screenwriting and the law.

Writing An Effective Logline For Your Script - Marketing Your Screenplay

Jeff Bollow, independent film producer and entrepreneur, discusses the power of the logline.

Screenplay Copyright: Script Registration Facts & Fiction

Scribe & Script Consultant Evan Smith gets into the nitty gritty of protecting your work.

Getting Scripts Read in Hollywood: How Do I Sell My Screenplay?

Donna Michelle Anderson gives practical advice about breaking into Hollywood.

Studio Pitch Meetings: An Amusing Look At Pitching Your Script

Quigly Down Under scribe John Hill's amusing POV on the stressful art of pitching your screenplay.

Screenplay Writing Partners: How NOT To Collaborate on Scripts

Script Collaboration: The pros and cons of working with a writing partner on your screenplay.

Good in a Room: A Guide to Pitching Your Movie Script

Creative consultant and former MGM executive Stephanie Palmer gives some practical advice on how to pitch your script and avoid common meeting pitfalls.

Writing Good Log Lines

Author, screenwriter and story consultant Dr. Stan Williams offers some great screenwriting tips for constructing powerful and succinct story descriptions.

When Is It Okay For A Screenwriter To Work For Free?

Screenwriter Mark Sanderson discusses an issue facing many new screenwriters starting out in the business.

The Business of Screenwriting: Surviving A Script Notes Meeting

Screenwriter and teacher Scott Myers gives practical advice on how to survive script meetings.

20 Things To Think About When You Option Your Screenplay - Part I

Screenwriter Chip Street discusses the common yet often complex matter of script optioning.

20 Things To Think About When You Option Your Screenplay - Part II

Screenwriter Chip Street discusses the common yet often complex matter of script optioning.

How To Tell An Amateur

Emmy-nominated screenwriter and director Nathan Marshall offers some great advice for screenwriters.

What Happens When Your Script Receives "Coverage?"

Script consultant Mere LaTour explains how to prepare your screenplay for industry feedback.

The Hero’s Journey As A Screenwriter...

Screenwriter Mark Sanderson gives his illuminating take on a script writer's own personal and mythological journey.

How to Utilize Story Development Services

Script consultant Mere LaTour explains how story development services can improve your screenplay and writing.

The Hollywood Film Festival: A Screenwriter’s Guide To Networking, Self-Marketing & Boosting Your Career

Produced screenwriter and ScriptTips Editor Dan Bronzite reviews the 2013 Hollywood Film Festival and explains how screenwriters can benefit from such events.

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