We will be closed for the holidays from Dec 22nd through January 2nd. Seasons greetings everyone and we'll see you in the new year!
I've been linking articles from Script Magazine for quite a while, not knowing they'd be featuring us! Pretty cool! Writers, Head To The Office! Where You Write Matters There's going to be a theme in my posts for the upcoming weeks, which are going to help with decision making, and then with becoming a successful screenwriter. … Continue reading Do You Need To Go To School To Become A Screenwriter?
Do you really want to become a screenwriter? Do you know what it takes to be a screenwriter? Do you really understand? Many people have a different idea of what the business is, and don't have a true understanding of what most screenwriters really do. I believe a lot of people aren't aware of the … Continue reading The Ups and Downs Of Being A Screenwriter
Chris Levinson is one of our faves here at theOFFICE. She's always a hoot and always busy working on something exciting. She has written/produced for numerous TV shows including Party of Five, Law & Order and Tyrant. Her pilots have been produced at NBC and FOX. Chris recently connected with Brooks Elms, a fellow screenwriter and … Continue reading Chris Levinson – “There are writers who write and there are writers who talk.”
Hello everyone. I'm here to talk to you about a disorder that has spread through a particular profession, writers. Millions of writers around the world, aren't able to focus on their job, because of a fear that their work hasn't been saved. This is a very serious issue. There has been a solution to this … Continue reading Friday Fun – Obsessive Compulsive Saving Disorder
A good story can last the test of time. There are many classics that we grow up reading that have become cultural standouts over the years. Classic stories will always be the classics for a reason, but sometimes a good reimagining of an old tale is just what a story needs. Times change, and sometimes … Continue reading Reimagining A Story
New discoveries always make these weekly interview posts so enjoyable. This is Leigh Whannell, who actually started out with the Saw series. He got started along with James Wan, another master of horror. What a crazy film to start of couple of screenwriting careers. James and Leigh have taken off with separate careers now, but it seems … Continue reading Leigh Whannell On Writing
This year there have been two standout shows that were reimaginings, both of which I binge-watched in a single day. Do I have a problem, or are shows just getting too good? I think it's the shows. The first show, which I highly recommend watching is Lost in Space. Here's our post which contains a great … Continue reading Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa On Writing
Just wanted to wish all of our members and viewers a happy holiday! Some of you may practice the "Don't Break the Chain" rule. That's great! Get a little writing done, but make sure to enjoy the holiday if you can too 🙂 Also, make sure to wear your stretchy pants!
Ahhh, yes. The struggle is real! It's all up in the head, it just has to make its way on to the page. We all do the best we can, don't we?