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Interview with Winning TV Pilot Writer Ed Vela (PSI-COM)

What is your TV Pilot screenplay about?

At a secret government facility, young psychics are being trained and their psychic gifts developed but when one group: Psi-Com 5, finds out about an enhancement program that is killing and maiming some of the younger less powerful psychics, while at the same time discovering a powerful young psychic on the outside being used as a pawn, they decide to try to escape the confines of the Clinic. 424 more words

Interview with Winning Screenwriter Sheri Davenport (EYES OF DAWN)

1. What is your screenplay about?

Eyes of Dawn is new look at the life of Mata Hari. It tells the story of a woman far ahead of her time, a woman in touch with the strength, beauty and power of her femininity and her sexuality. 397 more words

Interview with winning screenwriters Edward Ocean & Michael Sgueglia (THE NOWHERE MAN)

1. What is your screenplay about?

It’s the story of a depressed New York talent agent who inexplicability finds himself back in 1980 just in time to save John Lennon and his own marriage. 295 more words

The myth of "making it" in Hollywood...

Sure, everyone wants to be on the A-list at the top levels of Hollywood. It that realistic? Who knows? And what is your definition of “making it?” Having huge paydays for your screenplays and creative satisfaction? 1,552 more words

Screenwriting Survival Tactics 101

Film Independent Spirit Awards Nominees Get $150K In Cash Grants At Brunch

Five independent filmmakers received cash grants totaling $150,000 today from Film Independent, the nonprofit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards and the LA Film Festival. 489 more words

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A Screenwriter's (and Story Writer's) Must Does

In honor of the made up but very important (for screenwriters and movie lovers) #nationalscreenwritersday, here are 10 things to remember when writing your screenplay, or when creating most any story from ScreenwritingU – one of the people who set up this “special” day. 7 more words


Endless Ocean: Blue World Movie Script; Act 3: The Search for Valka Castle

Fan-Made Screenplay adaption written by Stephanie Cusumano (Elven Ariaera)
Original Directors Akira Kurabayashi & Masaki Tawara

The screenplay format is slightly off due to the formatting of WordPress. 3,503 more words