12 Days of Screenwriting Gift Ideas: Day 4

Welcome to Day Four of the Tennessee Screenwriting Association’s 12 Days of Christmas Gift Ideas. Each day until Christmas we’ll feature a highly practical gift idea for the screenwriter in your life. Today’s gift: a trash can. … More 12 Days of Screenwriting Gift Ideas: Day 4

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12 Days of Screenwriting Gift Ideas: Day 3

Welcome to Day Three of the Tennessee Screenwriting Association’s 12 Days of Christmas Gift Ideas. Each day until Christmas we’ll feature a practical gift idea for the screenwriter in your life. Today’s gift: Red pens and highlighters. … More 12 Days of Screenwriting Gift Ideas: Day 3

Celebrate the holidays with TSA script challenge

Our Halloween horror short script contest went so well, we’ve decided to have a Holiday Short Script challenge. Write a five-page or less family-themed script to celebrate the holidays. Scripts can be funny (think “Vacation”), dramatic, action-oriented (Is “Diehard” a Christmas movie?), or anything your imagination can come up with… … More Celebrate the holidays with TSA script challenge

TSA members’ scripts, films earn notice

Several TSA members have recently received recognition for their works on page and on the screen: Elvis Wilson’s screenplay, Strawberry Plains, made the list of semi-finalists in the drama feature category for the Austin Film Festival screenwriting contest, while his comedy script, Strike and Spare, is a finalist in National Lampoon and Stage 32’s Search … More TSA members’ scripts, films earn notice

Seven TSA scribes answer call with chilling Halloween short scripts

From a twist on Hansel and Gretel to a terrible clowns to were-rabbits, seven TSA members answered the call by sharing their short horror scripts on Halloween night. Presenting scripts were, from left, Jacob Burns (“The Game”), Paula Phelps-Weaver (“For the Children”), Dale McCarver (“Spooks”), Debbie Wells (“Snack Time”), Matthew Gibson (“Le Clown Terrible”), Gary Frazier (“Skin”), and Jeff Chase (“Scattered Pieces”). … More Seven TSA scribes answer call with chilling Halloween short scripts