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When you approach your script, how do you think? Is it like everyone else? You don’t want to think like everyone else when it comes to storytelling. Majority of writers are trained, and think, on a story level. What to...
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LOS ANGELES, CA, June 2019 – Media Distribution Partners announced today they will be producing the feature action thrillers LOCKDOWN and THE FIXER as well as the sci-fi tv series KILL SCREEN. The projects were developed and written by Ann...
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Screenwriters Daily Dose by Ann Kimbrough - 1M ago

Today’s Writing Nugget is for the TV writers out there. I recall this being the key to a successful series. Link your TV series dilemma to your pilot’s dilemma. Easy, right? Go at it! Advertisements
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It’s that time of year — Spring Cleaning!  Yes, I know that summer is fast approaching, so I’m a little late getting my mess in order. It’s actually an on-going battle, as any writer can attest. We save a lot...
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Screenwriters Daily Dose by Ann Kimbrough - 1M ago

If you’re a screenwriter, and you should be if you follow this blog, I hope you’re keeping up on the battle between the Writer’s Guild and the agents. It is affecting how business is getting done in town, and could...
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Screenwriters Daily Dose by Ann Kimbrough - 4M ago

Once upon a time, it was very popular to contribute to a Kickstarter or Indiegogo campaign to fund a film, but then it got crazy. Everyone had something to fund and it got hard to decide which was worth it....
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If you are in the vicinity of Los Angeles, it’s time to take one last pilgrimage to Samuel French on Sunset Blvd. I remember going there the first time I went to Hollywood and it sure felt like a rite...
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Screenwriters Daily Dose by Ann Kimbrough - 5M ago

Guest Blogger: Danny Manus of No BullScript Consulting Not All Screenwriting Advice is Created Equal Twitter is full of great professional writers giving advice. Writers who have been doing this for 15-20 years and have reached heights most could only...
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Great news! Margaret Riseley has optioned her 2017 PAGE Awards feature finalist WOUNDED to Mark Castaldo, Destiny Pictures. “Margaret has written a strong genre piece,” Castaldo said, known for My Run and The Perfect Nanny. “It’s a commercial action/thriller that...
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The all-powerful script title. It’s the stuff of nightmares and hair pulling.  If you’re lucky, the perfect title will just come to you. If you’re normal, you’ll work hard to find the perfect fit. You might even need to write...
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