The First Ten Pages

We’re often told as writers that those mysterious gatekeepers who green light scripts will not read past the first ten pages unless they are gripped by what they are reading. by Ben Cox This makes sense to us as people who spend much of their time putting themselves in other peoples shoes. When you think of how many scripts they … Read More

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