Lee Stobby

“Everything Will Take Longer Than It Should, But It Will Be Worth It.” Manager Lee Stobby’s Advice To Screenwriters

“Everything Will Take Longer Than It Should, But It Will Be Worth It.” Manager Lee Stobby’s Advice To Screenwriters

Creative Screenwriting Magazine interviewed literary manager Lee Stobby. He is a literary manager, producer, and principal of Lee Stobby Entertainment and has worked with some of the most exciting screenwriters and production companies in the film and TV business. He knows his stuff and is a fountain of knowledge for screenwriters of all levels. Stobby has […]

 Jim

“Career Motion & Progress Are Not The Same” Managers Ryan Cunningham & Kendrick Tan From Madhouse Entertainment Share Their Insights

“Career Motion & Progress Are Not The Same” Managers Ryan Cunningham & Kendrick Tan From Madhouse Entertainment Share Their Insights

Literary Managers Ryan Cunningham and Kendrick Tan from Madhouse Entertainment spoke to Creative Screenwriting Magazine about how screenwriters can find representation. Firstly, you must rise above the pack and stand out. “It all starts with developing great material that has global appeal. Screenwriters need to come up with big ideas to prove themselves as relevant content […]

 John Zaozirny

Literary Manager John Zaozirny On How Screenwriters Can Build A Viable Screenwriting Career “Take Notes”

Literary Manager John Zaozirny On How Screenwriters Can Build A Viable Screenwriting Career “Take Notes”

Creative Screenwriting Magazine is always looking for ways to answer the question “How can screenwriters break into the industry and stay in?” We spoke with John Zaozirny, a manager at Bellevue Productions about how screenwriters can attract attention in the business. What does a screenwriter in demand look like? An in demand writer can mean […]

 Scott Carr

“Don’t Write Scripts, Write Movies” Says Manager Scott Carr

“Don’t Write Scripts, Write Movies” Says Manager Scott Carr

As part of our continuing series on industry advice to budding screenwriters, Creative Screenwriting Magazine spoke to literary manager Scott Carr about the screenwriter-manager-industry triad.   What does a screenwriter in demand look like? Three words: Incoming call business. The goal with any writer is to position them in such a way that their work […]

 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 […]