Monthly Archives: November 2009

Screenwriting and Selling Your Work

First of all, if you’re new to the industry, it’s very difficult to find a literary talent agent. Established professional screenwriters in Hollywood are constantly working to sell their work or secure an option. Current economic times will make finding a literary talent agent even more challenging. Most talent agents usually acquire their clients through referrals. However, talent agents can sometimes find you. Continue reading

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Screenwriting and the Funds to Film

You have a completed script and you’ve secured a cast and crew. The locations have been scouted and multiple lists of required props and materials have been made. Everyone is lined up and ready to go…
Where are the funds…?
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Screenwriting and the Genre

Genre: Multiple categories of films based on subject matter, theme or tone. Continue reading

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