Craigslist Gig for “Lead Film/TV Writer”

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Who knows? This might be right up your alley, especially if you live in or near Detroit.

It might even still be available. read article

Confessions of a Contest Script Reader

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by Kathryn Graham

For a brief time, I was one of those ‘gatekeepers’ who read movie scripts that were submitted to an online contest (no, not for TVwriter’s contest. You’ll have to ask LB about that one).

I was a woefully underpaid ‘script analyst’ who, in order to make a buck, slogged through 120 – 215 page scripts and provided notes for contest hopefuls. If you’re thinking about entering one of these, here’s a few things I gleaned on the ‘other side’. read article

Indie Video: DEBUSSY, AN INNOVATIVE COMPOSER

And, if you look at it just right, writing is the space between the words.
And, if you look at it just right, writing is the space between the words.

Beautiful music, wonderful imagery, and just enough knowledge to make acquiring it painless. TVWriter™’s hat is off to irregular contributor Dawn McElligott for this charming video.

Oh, and, Dawn, any time you’re ready to make that “irregular” thing more, erm, regular, we’re ready too. read article

WGAW June 2016 Calendar of Events

Another month packed with excitement for TV and screenwriters! The clickable version is HERE

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Web Series: NICOLIFE

by Team TVWriter™ Press Service

Nicolife tells the story of Nicolai and Phil, two attention-starved nobodies who desire fame and fortune above anything else. The show is a satirical look at the egocentrism of our YouTube generation, and guess what? Yeppers, that’s correct. Nicolife is really fucking good.

Need more convincing than the Teaser? Here are episodes from the first episode:

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