Breaking into Hollywood and the Importance of Networking (From Script)
In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, screenwriter Zack Ford is back with part two of his Hollywood saga, from his film Watcher‘s Sundance premiere to becoming a Hollywood producer. Plus, the pros and cons of a vomit draft, the importance of being prepared when networking, and an exclusive interview with Not Going Quietly documentary filmmaker Nicholas Bruckman.
UNDERSTANDING SCREENWRITING: Secrets, Secrets. And More Secrets.
Shh! Tom is dealing with three movies which deal with secrets in very different ways: Operation Mincemeat, The 355, and The Lost Daughter.
Could a “Vomit Draft” Be a Terrible Idea?
A “vomit draft” is only worthwhile if you are emotionally prepared to write a radically different second draft.
INDIE SPOTLIGHT: An Interview with Producer, Actress, and First Bloom Films Co-Founder, Katherine Waddell
Katherine Waddell shares with Script her creative mission as a producer, the importance of creating an LLC as a creative, and puts great emphasis on why you should always be prepared when networking.
Creating Emotional Balance with Not Going Quietly Filmmaker Nicholas Bruckman
Not Going Quietly filmmaker Nicholas Bruckman shares with Script about the film’s story trajectory, the collaboration with both co-writer and producer Amanda Roddy and editor Kent Bassett, and the future of documentary filmmaking.
How I Hijacked Hollywood: Part Two
Screenwriter Zack Ford is back with part two of his Hollywood saga; from moving to Beverly Hills, production on Watcher, and the film’s premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2022, to becoming a Hollywood producer.