Three quick answers on writing camera angles, formatting TV scripts and choosing a pen name.
Really, wireless radio devices don’t need to be touched to work.
Writers are making less money, and it’s part of a bigger shift in the industry.
The Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal on the Cablevision case, allowing the Second Circuit Court’s decision to stand. Cablevision can begin introducing its service.
Any sort of application, whether it’s for a grant, for college or for a job, needs to do exactly three things.
Jonny Sommers has a job many readers want — or at least, think they want: the assistant to a successful and busy TV showrunner.
Josh Friedman recounts the cancellation of his excellent show Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
With an adapted screenplay, it’s not altogether obvious what awesomeness came from the screenwriter, and what came from the underlying material.
A site featuring tons of TV pilot scripts.
The thin line between unlimited DVR and video-on-demand.
A clip from my 2003 pilot, directed by Kim Manners.
Mourning one of TV’s great directors: Kim Manners.
How technology could upend the economics of filmed entertainment.
Knowing the answer is part of the craft, just like a cabinetmaker promising a delivery date.
Two unrelated questions answered. 1. Clarifying young and old versions of characters. 2. How much research to do before writing.
The survival of dayplayers benefits us all.
My agent leaves me to head HBO. Yeah Sue!
How to expose, fund and distribute your pilot appropriately.
DIY audience screenings help your product and save you money. Here’s what to ask.
Nine second answers to nine burning questions. Ready…go!
The strike gives you time to write fantasy mash-up scripts, if only in your head.
Video courtesy of THE OFFICE writers.
The WGA strike kills a spin-off, and my episode with it.
How I got the gig to write and direct an episode of the (now defunct) HEROES spin-off.
An episode of Grey’s Anatomy might have the same title as your spec. That’s not even close to being plagiarism.