Conversations From Hollywood: Stakes Are High for Protagonist

Guy1: What’s the threat to the protagonist? Guy2: We don’t need a specific threat. It’s never addressed. Guy1: Is there a threat to the protagonist? Guy2: There’s a threat to all of them [the characters]. Guy1: What is it? Guy2: It’s not important. We don’t need to define that. The audience doesn’t care. Unlike the … More Conversations From Hollywood: Stakes Are High for Protagonist

TSA Contest, Good for the Environment! And totally vegan! Num!

1000 other screenwriting contest are out there. We’re primarily an educational organization and thus, our contest is created in such of way to provide education to empower you, the writer, to become better. We also offer opportunities for our winning writers to develop relationships with people already working in the business where they can learn, … More TSA Contest, Good for the Environment! And totally vegan! Num!

Our Weekly Wrap: Pharmacists, Comics and Demons

After presenting a tv screenplay synopsis a few weeks ago, Emily Byrd returned and presented her first 15 pages for a reading by the group. Working title: Ellie Parks Logline: A dramedy revolving around a female compounding pharmacists (a legal meth lab) who starts a new job and on day one meets the on-site doctor who … More Our Weekly Wrap: Pharmacists, Comics and Demons

Wrap up: Jesus Returns to Earth and A Ghost Hunting Television Cast Goes Awry

It was a great night of presenting. We had a reading of 15 pages of Gary Cooper’s screenplay where Jesus is sent back to earth by his father to clean up our modern day corruption with some great witty humor. After which Bob Giordano presented a synopsis telling what happens when a cast of a … More Wrap up: Jesus Returns to Earth and A Ghost Hunting Television Cast Goes Awry