Writing for Film and TV

Writing for Film and TV

S.J. Hermann Adapts Morium Trilogy Book Series into New Film Series

StudentFilmmakers.com catches up with S.J. Hermann, a member of the Filmmakers Global Network Online, to ask about his new project and upcoming directorial debut. (Pictured above: The main cast of “Morium: The Film Series”.)  StudentFilmmakers Magazine: Can you share with us your insights into writing supernatural fiction, and the possible …

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San Francisco International Screenwriting Competition Call for Entries

Want to be taken serious as a writer?  Then enter a screenwriting competition designed for serious writers who write serious scripts. The San Francisco International Screenwriting Competition is dedicated to propelling the careers of talented writers dedicated to doing great work. Our winners are personally introduced to at least three …

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Scriptapalooza TV is Accepting Pilots, Sitcoms, Reality and One-Hour Dramas

Scriptapalooza TV Whether you are already an aspiring television writer or a writer interested in exploring other avenues, Scriptapalooza TV is here to promote careers in television and provide exposure for the undiscovered writer. 27 writers have optioned their work 61 writers have been hired to write 18 writers have …

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Call for Entries: Toronto Metropolitan International Screenwriting Competition

Testimonials from Winners~ “I LOVE this Screenwriting Competition! Within a week of being notified that my Script was a finalist, they sent it out to 3 management companies and a movie producer!” “Excellent contest! Any screenwriting competition that can provide its winners with access to real industry professionals is a …

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Scriptwriting for Film, Television and New Media with Alan C. Hueth

“Early on in my TV and film production career, I was a “one-man-band”—a common phrase describing one who was doing it all. I quickly discovered that the most important component of my projects was the script, and a bad script leads to a bad project. But over time (and getting …

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Prewriting Your Screenplay with Michael Tabb

StudentFilmmakers Magazine: Can you share with us your thoughts on the importance for screenwriters to “prewrite” their screenplays and the benefits of prewriting? Michael Tabb: First and foremost, every writer has to find his or her own writing method that works best for him or her. So, regardless of how …

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Screenwriting Insights with Jeff Lyons

Exclusive Interview conducted by Jody Michelle Solis StudentFilmmakers Magazine: What was one of the most important things you learned while working on a script? Jeff Lyons: That you really have to write four scripts. This is something most screenwriters don’t realize. There are four versions of your script that you will …

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