Friday, March 15, 2013

Script writing tips

If you want to make it in the film industry you have to be heard or read. What good is a kick ass script if no one reads it? I know what you might be thinking, that's easier said then done, not really, there are screenwriting contest, screenplay consultants, script readers, there are tons of ways to get your script read.

Sure you have to be selective and careful about where you submit your work, let's be honest there are a lot of scammers out there so you have to be smart and make sure you have ownership of your work show business is two word so make sure you have the business end of the writing down before you show it.

That a side take the leap of faith and put it out, what do you have to lose? You can only gain in this situation. A lot of the people we see in the industry might seem familiar to us but in reality they don't know you exist, you have to get your work out there. Plant your flag and claim your spot among the writers in Hollywood. Why not you, they did it, so why can't you?

I saw a video of Will Smith the other day and that's exactly what he said. So listen to Will and submit your work, sure you might get rejected at first, sure you might not sell your first script, then again you might you never know, that's the whole point. Worst case scenario you'll get some pointers on making your script better.

 Click to get information about submitting and selling your script.

Click the submit picture in the article and it'll take you to the writers guild of America so you can register and protect your work. So good luck and write on.

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