Top 10 Screenwriter Tips for 2021

Are you a screenwriter who feels like you've been chewed up and spit out by the big Hollywood shark? If so, let me help you change the status quo in 2021. It can be frustrating to spend weeks, months and even years writing a screenplay or TV pilot, only to be ignored by producers and... Continue Reading →

Format 101: Continuous versus Transitions

Primary slug indicators are pretty straightforward. We're either inside written as INT., or outside written as EXT., at a specific location like JOHN'S HOUSE and it's either DAY OR NIGHT. For example: EXT. JOHN'S HOUSE - DAY The writer might show John shoveling snow in the driveway, then he goes back inside. Assuming the story... Continue Reading →

The Best Screenplay Length Per Genre

A screenplay's page length is important. Get it wrong and the writer risks not being taken seriously in Hollywood. By getting it right, the writer shows an understanding of screenwriting and the market. The general rule for screenplay length is anything over 120-pages is too long and under 90-pages is too short, regardless of genre.... Continue Reading →

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