THE 12-STEP SURVIVAL GUIDE TO YOUR FIRST SEASON IN THE ROOM You endured the rigors of staffing season. You cheered at the news when some Very Important Person liked your material. You nailed the meeting and you got the job! Hooray! …So now what? Since we here at Script Anatomy have yet to [...]
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Recently chatted with writer and recent Nickelodeon Fellow, KIYONG KIM about my time in the FOX Writer’s Initiative, NBC Writers on the Verge, and being a writer on USA’s FAIRLY LEGAL for his fantastic screenwriting blog Kiyong’s Blog of Creative Pursuits. He asked excellent questions like – “How many scripts did you write before you were [...]
SCRIPT ANATOMY Q & A with TINA CESA WARD – Executive Producer, writer and director of Anyone But Me, an award winning web series about a new generation of gay, straight, and ethnically diverse New York teens coming of age in a post-9/11 world and struggling with identity and modern relationships. Anyone But Me recently won the [...]
WHAT IS A LOGLINE? Hard work! Many writers whine about the logline. I’m guilty of it too. It’s not a simple task to distill 95-120 pages into a single sentence. But that’s what you need to do – boil your movie down to its core in one catchy, compelling sentence that will grab the [...]
Truth be told, I initially fell into teaching. After taking a two-year course in screenwriting at Writer’s Boot Camp, the founder of the company asked me to become an instructor. Me? Huh? Really? I was about to get on a plane headed for London. “Uh… okay… sure… When?” It was August of 2005. “I’m going [...]
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