Joining the TSA was the difference between dreaming about screenwriting and actually taking steps toward making it happen. There’s an accountability there. You show up every week, sometimes you present work, and you always help others.
The constructive feedback from peers is one of the best things about TSA for me. People are respectful and helpful, but they also let you know when you are making mistakes
I joined the TSA to meet with like-minded writers, and its helpful in setting deadlines. Writers improve through critiques – I like receiving and giving feedback.
I joined the TSA because I wanted to be part of a community that is as passionate about cinema and storytelling as I am.
I’ve lived in many places, and movies have always been a way to make friends. I may be new to Texas, Tennessee, or Delaware. I don’t know my way around, but have you seen _________? Movies are a good Icebreaker!
TSA is a great place to get honest feedback on a project that you are working on. We also have producers that have access to the sound stage at NECAT in Nashville when you are ready to film a project