(Introduction by Screenwriting Staffing Founder, Jacob N. Stuart) It always struck me as odd that during my entire time in film […]
Luckily he [Spielberg] and the folks who run his company responded to it so we hired a showrunner named Greg Walker and by the end of July we were pitching it to nine different places before we ultimately sold it straight to series at CBS, on my 40th birthday. It’s been a blur ever since.
An important rant (though long) from the Founder of Screenwriting Staffing, Jacob N. Stuart. My motivation as I […]
But with Hollywood’s big studios slowly merging with Billionaire tycoons in China, taking films that are meant for a US/UK audience, and streaming them in Chinese theaters, they are now beginning to cut out their ONLY need for us: our screenplays.
Hollywood is a competitive business and it’s a relationship business. It’s not fair but that’s how it is. Use a strategy that’s been proven to work, develop your relationships, and leverage them. That’s how you become a full-time, successful, professional screenwriter.
“Every writer is a frustrated actor who recites his lines in the hidden auditorium of his skull.” ― […]
Add one, add all. Either way, every screenwriter should be familiar with these 10 screenwriting sites. I’d highly suggest having these bookmarked on your computer to reference weekly, if not daily.
“To be fair, I think the British Film Industry is more aware of this than Hollywood which is possibly why there is growing interest in screenplays written by people of a certain age. Something which brings me nicely back to my previous point about experience and authenticity.
Personally, I’d be more than happy to carry on writing within the ‘age’ genre for as long as someone would want to employ me.”
When a writer clearly understands what it takes to film a screenplay, a writer begins to re-shape the content in their screenplays.
A resume is needed in every field. It’s also needed for nearly every position in the film industry, […]