Paid to Write Movie Scripts
back to last weekend. There is a good chance you saw a movie. If not at
the theater, then you rented a DVD, or caught
one on TV.
Movies are one of America's favorite pastimes,
appealing to all ages and all tastes. And it doesn't stop at our shores.
Films are loved by people all over the world.
is a constant need for good movie scripts (also known as "screenplays")
to feed this demand, and somebody has to write them. As a screenwriter
can develop those daring stunts, decide how the lovers will meet, create
alien worlds and come up with the lines that leave 'em rolling in the aisles.
You could even adapt a favorite book for the screen.
work can bring enjoyment to millions, and acclaim to you.
If you make it to the top, you could hang out in Hollywood, hobnob
with movie stars, attend film festivals, go to premiers and maybe even
win awards. All that and you get to work at home, be your
own boss and make your own hours!
screenplays is one of the highest paying jobs a writer can do.
In the 1990s, Joe Esterhaus made headlines when he earned $3
million for writing Basic Instinct. Since then, screenwriters
have gone on to earn fees that previous generations could only have dreamed
doesn't stop there. A successful screenwriter can write his or her
own ticket in show business. Many go on to direct, produce,
even act in their screenplays.
story of how Sylvester Stallone wrote the Rocky movies for
himself to star in is now legendary. Spike Lee, Woody Allen,
Tarantino, Oliver Stone and Cameron Crowe are other examples
of writers who maintain creative control over their own work.
can also be a great way to collaborate with others in a dynamic and creative
atmosphere. For example, Karen Lutz and Kirsten Smith wrote
the hit Legally Blonde together because both had a fondness
for teen movies, while Ben Affleck and Matt Damon won an Oscar for their collaboration
on the screenplay for Good Will Hunting.
you would like to break into this exciting career, the
FabJob Guide to Become a Screenwriter is
for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get
started and succeed as a screenwriter.
guide's author is Angela Hynes, a former script consultant for a
movie studio who is now a full-time writer. Two movie scripts written by
Angela and her partner are in development at major studios, including a
screenplay they wrote which was bought by 20th Century Fox
this guide she shares with you her own experiences as well as
expert advice from successful screenwriters. The guide
covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become
a screenwriter, including:
to write a screenplay including:
you need to know about structure (theme, setting, acts, scenes,
to create powerful plots
common pitfall of screenwriting and how to avoid it
to develop characters and create "backstories" for them
to write dialog that sounds authentic
steps to perfect your screenplay
the best movie genre for your writing (comedy, historical,
romance, action and adventure, mystery, family)
you want hands-on training, you'll find a list of top:
and other resources
to do if you find a novel, short story or article you would like to adapt
into a movie script
to format a sceenplay to show: action, shots, dialog, transitions,
etc. (includes a sample from a screenplay)
to get feedback about your script from industry professionals
to protect your work from being stolen
you will discover
movie studios and producers decide which scripts to buy
to find an agent to represent you to major studios (includes
a sample letter to an agent)
producers and studios to submit your scripts to
and don'ts for submitting your manuscript, including how to bind
to avoid common mistakes that can make you look like an amateur
to keep up with industry news so you can find out about new projects
that might be right for you
for "schmoozing" (meeting and building rapport with people who can
advance your career)
to pitch an idea in a meeting, including tips on what to say
and even what to wear
of movie industry jargon so you can talk like an insider
people you meet
ways to break into screenwriting:
(including one offered by Disney and ABC that pays $50,000)
top legitimate screenwriting competitions
your script online
and other top film festivals
You can have all this and more
for an incredible price. People pay hundreds of dollars to attend conferences
about the movie industry. The FabJob Guide
to Become a Screenwriter
contains some of the best career advice
you could get from other sources, plus much more.
12 best cities for making movies in North America (besides Los Angeles)
for overcoming writer's block
to write a "treatment" of your movie script
beginners can join the Writer's Guild
best resources for learning about the movie industry
brief overview of other opportunities for screenwriters, including:
TV, video games, documentaries, industrial or educational films
advice to help you succeed as a professional screenwriter including
paid and managing your money
with an entertainment attorney
can save you many hours of research, help you avoid some common mistakes,
and give you information you need to break into the exciting world of professional
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was featured in Woman's World Magazine ("Land Your Dream Job" article).
a screenwriter is an artistic, exciting and lucrative profession. All you
need to get started on this marvelous career is right here: resources,
case studies and tips from produced professionals."
the FabJob Guide to Become a
Screenwriter in September. I found it
very informative and a very
easy read. I
found my passion for
screenwriting after reading
the guide, so much so that I
completed my first spec
action/adventure thriller, in
May, which is now
in the hands of a
literary management and
production company based
in LA. Thanks for
helping me find and pursue
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"We all know that for every Joe Esterhaus who made $3 million for writing "Basic Instinct,"
there are thousands of people who never sell their scripts at all. But this author has walked the walk, and in this guide she really talks the
talk. Two of her screenplays, written on spec, are now under development at
major studios; Twentieth Century Fox bought one of them for $360,000.
"Become a Screenwriter," she's shared her knowledge in a compact,
easy-to-read format that should become the Bible of every fledgling
screenwriter. Her section on submitting scripts to big
studios versus independent production companies is great; her section on how to pitch a script is even better. And when all else fails, she provides
alternative ways to "break in."
So here's the answer to the question all budding screenwriters want to know:
is this guide worth it? You bet your life it is. It's so jam-packed with
information that it's a steal at twice the price. In fact, armed with this
book, you actually may be hobnobbing with movie stars before you know it!"
"This guide helped open my eyes to the true realities of the industry. I am so grateful I ran across this I can't think of how much time it saved me. If anyone wants to get started in the screenwriting world buy this - it's a great guide! "
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