Producers are often a misunderstood position in the filmmaking world. As a screenwriter, there are many ways you can break into the industry. Competitions, agents, and self-funding your own project are among the most common. That said, agents are simply inaccessible for many writers, competitions are repetitious and a gamble, and self-funding can be strenuous […]
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As a screenwriter you’ll work with directors in numerous ways over the course of your career. Your role in the process will change as you grow and progress in the industry, so take this advice with a grain of salt! For many writers, especially those young in their careers, working with directors is a real curiosity. Let’s talk screenwriter/director relationships at the Indie and Micro Budget levels.
Good screenwriting doesn’t come easy. If you think it does, you’re probably not reading enough. It demands an understanding of universal truths and possessing a well-anchored self-awareness. This translates to numerous drafts, collaborations, and a proven toolkit of resources. Ultimately, it’s about doing what works for you. Every aspiring screenwriter should eventually bring their own […]
When it comes to screenwriting software it can be a love-hate relationship. There are many to choose from but really only a handful that stand out to most screenwriters. In this list, I will review three of my favorite programs, the features they offer, the pros and cons, and finish by telling you what I currently use.