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 Adam Harris Englehard

Adam Harris Engelhard Of Mailroom On How Screenwriters Can Be Attractive To Producers

Adam Harris Engelhard Of Mailroom On How Screenwriters Can Be Attractive To Producers

As part of Creative Screenwriting Magazine’s commitment to not only bring you the best screenwriting craft articles, we’re interviewing agents, managers, and producers to bring you the most up to date market intelligence to help you get ahead of the pack. We ask Adam Harris Engelhard of Mailroom LA what it takes for screenwriters to […]

 Mark Sevi

Here’s Your Number One Job As A Screenwriter – Embrace The “M” Word

Here’s Your Number One Job As A Screenwriter – Embrace The “M” Word

Creative Screenwriting Magazine contributor Mark Sevi is back with another article on how to boost your screenwriting career. Do you want to get ahead? Hook your audience? Take them on a journey and keep them invested in your screenplay? Then read on. What is job number one for any writer, I ask my students at […]

 Jessica Hinds

Metaphors For Screenwriters: Overcoming Resistance, Doubt and Motivational Droughts

Metaphors For Screenwriters: Overcoming Resistance, Doubt and Motivational Droughts

As screenwriters, we all know the power of storytelling and metaphor. They will change more minds than all the data in the world. So let’s play with three of my favorite metaphors to help screenwriters write more often with greater ease and, perhaps, even some joy. Metaphor #1 The Unhatched Duckling Have you ever wished […]

 Sean Robins

Broken Road’s Sean Robins On The Life Of A Creative Executive

Broken Road’s Sean Robins On The Life Of A Creative Executive

Sean Robins, Creative Executive & Producer from Broken Road Productions took some time out to chat to Creative Screenwriting Magazine about his career. Describe a good and bad day in the life of a creative executive. As a film and TV producer, you come to find that every day has a mix of both good and […]

 Alexander Robb

How Do You Execute Your Screenwriting Voice And What Goes Into Creating A Style On The Page?

How Do You Execute Your Screenwriting Voice And What Goes Into Creating A Style On The Page?

Creative Screenwriting Magazine previously published an article by Alexander Robb, literary manager at Insignia Entertainment, on defining your voice as a screenwriter. In this article, he discusses how your voice translates into your unique writing style. I get asked this question– All. The. Time. So many writers struggle to find their voice or style. The […]