September, 2015
Archive

  • Read Between the Lines Revisited Part 2

    In the last post, we discussed the first to important points about Reading Between the Lines; understanding what the person reading your script wants – what they are looking for.  Second, why are large changes being

    September 28, 2015 • Thought Processes • Views: 673

  • Read Between the Lines: Revisited Part 1

    In a previous column, I wrote about Criticism and how it is an effective tool that can bring your writing to a new level.  In this article we’ll talk more about how to Read Between the Lines.  Many times the issue that

    September 24, 2015 • Thought Processes • Views: 718

  • New Media – Part 2

    In a previous article about New Media, we discussed the different ways of getting your material out to the millions of viewers around the world so that you can get feedback on your script.  By taking the suggestions of some of

    September 17, 2015 • Screenwriting • Views: 625

  • Why Can’t I Get What I Want?

    I often hear from so many people that they just can’t seem to get over that hump of winning that big prize; the screenwriting contest.  No matter how hard they work, it often seems they never get what we want.  Somebody else

    September 14, 2015 • Thought Processes • Views: 606

  • Great Journeys

    In a previous post, Great Beginnings, we talked about how to grab the attention of the judges.   While it is important to capture our attention, you need to keep it through the longest part of the screenplay; the Second Act.

    September 10, 2015 • Screenwriting • Views: 632

  • 3 Ways to Clear Clutter for Contest Conquest

    I know, this may seem like a departure from the usual articles about winning screenplays for contests.  But I often have people tell me that they find it hard to write because of other commitments or they don’t have a clear

    September 3, 2015 • Efficient Work • Views: 587