This morning, blogger/radio personality Paul Harris demonstrates the cultural significance of film when it’s in the hands of a truly brilliant writer like the legendary Paddy Chayefsky.
It’s not war that’s insane, you see. It’s the morality of it. It’s not greed or ambition that makes wars. It’s goodness. Wars are always fought for the best of reasons…Next war, it seems we’ll have to destroy all of man in order to preserve his damn dignity.…
~from The Americanization of Emily (1964)read article
This is a big moment, kids. The debut of TVWriter™’s new weekly feature spotlighting videos on how to sell your TV series and get it made and seen by your friends, neighbors, enemies, and, of course, perfect strangers.
Longtime visitors to this site will remember the image above as accompanying a humorous gossip column called “For Love & Money” that we ran in years gone by. We’re using it now because, for better and for worse, those two elements of life remain what the TV Industry is all about.
In other words, this is serious business indeed, but the process also is filled with fun and, yes, love. So please sit back and click to learn, enjoy, and maybe even find your TV show Destiny.read article
WGAW Recommendations for In-Person Writers Rooms
via email from wga.org
July 26, 2021
Some writers and studios have asked the Guild for guidance about health and safety standards for in-person work while COVID-19 continues to be a concern. Our priority continues to be to protect the well-being of writers in the workplace.
For those of you overseeing production or working on a set, updated COVID-19 safety protocols have been announced which include permission for studios to mandate vaccinations for those working in production Zone A.read article