The Ultimate Guide To Producing (Plus 3 Proven Methods To Find Producers!)
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by Lucy V Hay
5d ago
What is Producing? ‘Producing’ is a term often shrouded in mystery. Personally, I believe that’s because producing involves a bit of everything! It also usually spans the entire lifetime of the project. Put simply, the producer is the person who does whatever needed to to get the project made. Producers are the ones who help the writer develop and perfect the script, raise the finance, hire the crew, handle casting, get through all of the pre-production paperwork (including details like insurance, risk assessments and dietary requirements), manage post-production and deal with marketing, dist ..read more
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Top 10 Fearless Female Archers In Movies And TV
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by Lucy V Hay
6d ago
Female Archers in Fiction You don’t have to look far to find female archers in fiction. Though male archers obviously do exist too, this is often part of their specific characterisation (Arrow and Hawkeye are the most obvious here). In contrast, female archers in fiction frequently use the bow and arrow as their weapon of choice as a warrior: nothing more, nothing less. In fact, female archer warriors use the bow and arrow so often, it’s become a trope of its own. Tropes are those recurrent ideas or motifs we see in novels, movies or TV. Whilst many internet commentators believe tropes a ..read more
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Top 10 Tips From Neil Gaiman On Being A Writer
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by Lucy V Hay
2w ago
About Neil Gaiman Neil Gaiman is a British author, screenwriter and producer. A prolific writer, he started his career as a journalist, then writing biographies and comics. His acclaimed and groundbreaking series, The Sandman (1991) was the first ever comic to receive a literary award – 1991 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story. The series has been adapted for TV and is currently on Netflix. Gaiman’s work crosses genres and reaches audiences of all ages. His books for younger readers include M is for Magic (2007); The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish (1997); The Wolves in the Wa ..read more
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5 Ways To Find Your Target Audience & Build Your Following
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by Lucy V Hay
2w ago
All About Your Target Audience We all want our writing to be seen and appreciated, but this is impossible to achieve without a target audience. However, building an audience from scratch and turning your readers into loyal followers is hard. If you want to build a strong follower base, here are 5 ways how to get it done. 1) Get to know your target audience  The first thing you need to do to is ask yourself who the target audience of your writing is. One way to answer this question is to create the persona of your ‘ideal audience member’. (Iconic veteran novelist John Steinbeck did ..read more
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Top 5 Mistakes Writers Make Working With A Producer
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by Lucy V Hay
3w ago
You Need A Producer Put simply, a good producer will be the backbone of your project. Now, I may be a little biased saying that, as I am a producer. But this key role is the person who will spend months – even years – overseeing every aspect of the project to make sure it becomes as successful as possible. How to Screw Up Working With A Producer Producers, like all filmmakers, are busy people. Because of this, they can be stingy with their time. Meaning if you start off on the wrong foot, they’re unlikely to give you a second chance. If you’re new to the film industry, don’t panic. All filmma ..read more
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Ask The Experts: 15 Industry Pros Share What’s On Their Wish Lists For 2023
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by Lucy V Hay
3w ago
Industry Pro Wish Lists It’s January, so that time of year again when B2W asks industry pros what’s on their wish lists for the year ahead! There’s an eclectic mix of literary agents, editors and other experts sharing their wish lists this year. They come from both the worlds of publishing and screenwriting. Enjoy the article and don’t forget to read B2W’s pointers at the end. Ready? Let’s go … 1) Anne Perry, Jo Fletcher Books (Quercus) “I want the happiest of happy endings. I want every character to walk away happy (maybe even the villains?!) and everyone who reads the book to feel like they ..read more
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5 Reminders If You Want To Write This Holiday Season
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by Lucy V Hay
1M ago
Want to write this holiday season? If you want to write this holiday season, you’re not alone. Lots of writers dream of time off to write their screenplays or novels — and the festive period can offer writers time to get writing done. However, not everyone will be able – or even want – to write over the holidays … and that’s okay too! In this short video (under 15 mins) I break down 5 reminders for writers this Christmas. They will hopefully help you either get writing done … or help you let yourself off the hook!! Enjoy and see you in the new year! https://bang2write.com/wp-content/uploads/2 ..read more
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Top 10 Tips To Unleash Your Talent as a Writer
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by Lucy V Hay
1M ago
Unleash Your Talent If you want to unleash your talent as a writer, you may find it a frustrating process. You are constantly chasing perfection and you always feel that you could have written a sentence better if you only knew how. Even if you are already confident about your writing, you might still be far from achieving your full potential. With this in mind, here are the ten tips to unleash your talent as a writer. Ready? Let’s go … 1) Read Often and Regularly Being a writer is about writing just as much as it is about reading. This is why you need to continue reading regularly and d ..read more
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6 Things I Learned Writing A Fantasy Novel
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by Lucy V Hay
1M ago
Writing Your Own Fantasy Novel The rules of good writing apply to every fictional genre and a fantasy novel is no different … You need to: Put your protagonist through the wringer, facing ever greater dangers and tougher dilemmas Build the story, tie in the subplots, and construct a satisfying resolution Do all this in clear and comprehensible prose! I’m Glyn Carter. When I was writing my own fantasy novel Gog-Magog, I realised the fantasy genre offers writers specific opportunities and challenges. Here are six ways in which fantasy has its own demands. 1) Characters need a ‘reason to live ..read more
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Why Remakes And Reboots Are Here To Stay (And No, It’s Not A Bad Thing)
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by Lucy V Hay
1M ago
The Pain of Remakes And Reboots Whenever I teach a screenwriting class, it won’t be long before someone brings up remakes and reboots. This person will most often* be a middle-aged white man at the beginning of his screenwriting journey. (*But obviously doesn’t have to be). Anyway, he will confess that remakes and reboots make him very angry … Hell, he may even GET angry just talking about them. Then he will insist that remakes and reboots are enemies of creativity and that Hollywood shouldn”t be so ‘risk averse’. When I ask him how many movies he’s watched this year that are NOT remakes and ..read more
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