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(Photo courtesy University of Worcester Screenwriting BA)

I recently spoke with a friend who provides script coverage services to a local agency.  The conversation veered towards the difference between emerging spec writers and the established writers with book value and “street cred”. 292 more words


The book's always better than the movie...


That’s the rule, right?

Books rule over movies.


Before I got involved with this whole short film thing, I always would get indignant after watching yet another failed movie adaptation of a book I liked. 513 more words


Benefits of Reading Screenplays

Richard Romano is an actor and a writer. He filmed a few scenes of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” where his brother, Ray Romano, is the lead actor. 162 more words

Richard Romano

[Review] 10 Things I Hate About You by Karen McCullah Lutz & Kirsten Smith

So, a lot of screenwriters experts has stated that one of the ways to get good at screenwriting (other than practice) is to read screenplays.   So I decided to start reading screenplays and reviewing them. 412 more words


From the Academy Morgue: Fox's Half-Century Struggle To 'Birth' Movie About Nat Turner

In the old days, newspaper libraries, called “morgues,” kept their clips in dusty manila envelopes with neat little headers typed on the front—as in the Oscar Best Picture winner  834 more words


Lakeshore Acquires Donald Diego RomCom Spec 'The Wedding Year'

EXCLUSIVE: Lakeshore Entertainment has acquired The Wedding Year, a romantic comedy spec script written by Donald Diego. Script is about a female millennial who isn’t sure she is the marrying type and has her relationship and commitment issues put to the test when she is invited to 15 weddings in the same goddamn year. 50 more words

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