Tag Archives: screenplay

More Power To The Women: Emerging Women Writers In Hollywood

22 Apr

Women in film are often seen as one dimensional and they are often put on a pedestal.  Rashida Jones, Zoe Kazan and Brit Marling decided to change that image and write films themselves.  They have shown Hollywood and other women that if one wants to change something, start with yourself. Click here to read more.

What’s the Future for Film Adaptations in Hollywood?

12 Sep

4th article in our 7- week series on Film Studios Marketing Tactics

What’s the Future for Film Adaptations in Hollywood? We’ve heard it before, “the film isn’t as good as the book.” What do novelists think about film adaptations? What are some of the opposing views? Some novelists prefer a hand off approach while others like to be more involved in the process. In this article we will look at which one is most effective in producing a successful film. Plus what does the future hold for film adaptations in this economy?

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Racial Equality in Films Today: Screen Writers

22 Jun

From our six week long series on Racial Equality in Films Today.

By Ozzie

We decided to look at the film landscape to see how racial minorities faired in today’s society. In this article, we will focus on screen writers. With the 2011 Hollywood Writers Report out, it shows that ethnic minorities are still a long way off equality.[1]

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“The Oscar goes to?”

17 Nov

By: Sunnie Elliot

With a few months to go, Hollywood is beginning to make predictions on who will win next years Oscars. However, instead of writing about who will win next years Oscars. Why don’t we focus on what studio will produce next years Oscar winning screenplay? Continue reading