oin screenwriting career coach, Lee Jessup, and Bellevue's literary manager, Jeff Portnoy, for a discussion about the post-strike state of the screenwriting industry to better prepare yourself for breaking into the new landscape of Hollywood.
Whether a writer is up-and-coming or a pro, they need to know when to ask for feedback and how to handle receiving notes in order to elevate their stories and improve their craft. Join our panel discussion with Pipeline Execs Michael Owens and Matt Misetich, joined by Doug Richardson (Die Hard 2, Bad Boys, Hostage), and screenwriter Merridith Allen for a live Q&A.
If you are dabbling in KidLit, SCBWI Co-Regional Advisors Lisa Lowe Stauffer and Melissa Miles want you to know about SCBWI and will answer all your KidLit questions.
Reckless Creatives podcast co-hosts, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman and Sadie Dean, have a conversation with the legendary Scott Myers about screenwriting, the WGA strike, AI, his new book, The Protagonist's Journey: An Introduction to Character-Driven Screenwriting and Storytelling, and so much more.
It's never been more important for writers to cast wide nets and write in multiple mediums. Lee Matthew Goldberg does just that. Lee has been a finalist in both Script Pipeline and Book Pipeline, and continues to create stories for not only the screen but also for your bookshelves. Don't miss this one—especially if you're considering adapting your script into a novel!
In our next One-on-One series, Pipeline Executive Spike Scarberry chats with writer Bryce McLellan on how he went from Pipeline Pitch Contest winner, to developing a pilot with us, to creating the graphic novel Verge with Red5.
tertainment about all things production, from script development to post-production—most importantly, what makes a story stand out as worthy of producing.
Our Script Pipeline execs have assembled to offer insider tips on writing competitions, the current landscape for film and TV (which is continuously in flux, it seems), and in turn, what we feel tends to spark with industry. All to increase your odds of securing placements and garnering attention from reps and producers.
In this panel discussion, you’ll get a behind-the-curtain perspective on what it takes to find, acquire, steam-roll, and eventually produce a great project—also some tips on what you can do to get your work into the proper hands (aka: producers). Leave no rock unturned …
For those who need help finding a writing routine, or are deadline-driven writers, this one is for you. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman sits down with Grant Faulkner, writer and Executive Director of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). They'll explore not only the famous annual writing challenge, but also how to navigate the unpredictable life of a writer.