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So Yesterday

So yesterday was a busy day with me trying to get a lot of things done, and tending to some family biz. Was so glad to be off my feet, and ultimately felt like I needed to lay down. 242 more words


A Prologue in Pieces

Last night, I almost stayed up and watched a cheesy action film from the early 90s called, Street Knight. If it wasn’t so late, I may have watched it, however that was not meant to be. 145 more words

A Brother Will Work It Out

Slow Start

This is a day I need to write. As I told a friend, I need to work smarter and harder at my craft. This mean working on the TV spec pilot. 125 more words


Will investors and network executives fund or license a project by a first time producer?

The short answer is yes.

Back during the time when Happy Days was on the air, independents had the option of simply submitting their project to the studios or network and wait to hear if their project was accepted. 721 more words

Bidwell Tyler

What steps can independents take...

… to get a feature film funded or TV show licensed?

The first step we suggest is to be prepared to present both the creative and business needs specific to what the investors and/or industry executives wants to see. 537 more words

Bidwell Tyler

The smartest cookie in the jar.

The Girl Scouts of Connecticut staged a “cookie vote,” inviting supporters to vote for their favorite cookie online. This multi-media campaign was the result, strategically timed to coincide with the cookie drive. 48 more words


Word of mouth.

Since I was a child, I have loved writing dialogue and scripts. It’s mostly talk, but smarter, funnier,  pithier, more poignant, and there are ways of using silence and sound effects to say more. 47 more words