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- Every deserving screenplay ultimately finds a buyer
- A look at Paranormal Activity, a “claustrophobic classic”
- “Messy and awkward”: a script review of New Moon.
- Selling specs to Hollywood? Keep afloat with the 2010 releases.
- Emotions fuel the fire, turning your anxieties into good writing.
- Fake out? Fiction writers and the responsibility to your readers.
- Some advice: “Write what you know hurts.”
- James Berardinelli’s Turkeys of 2009
- Shane Black Confronts your fears: Interview
- The 5 S’s of Screenwriting
- Sony Pictures Classics: Scripts for your Consideration
- “How long does it take to get paid once you sell a screenplay?”
- The Verdict: Screenplay for download from mypdfscripts.com
- Stephen King plots sequel to Shining
- Have at least one spec of everything
- Oscar winning Pulp Fiction writer tweets from prison
- The Belgian that may dominate our cinemas in 2011 (and it’s not me)
- First Hobbit Movie Script Complete
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