Recent Industry News

Michael Lynton to Relinquish his CEO post at flailing Sony Ent.


Tokyo, Japan/Culver City, California –  Sony Corporation announced today that Michael Lynton will step down as CEO of troubled Sony Entertainment effective February 2, 2017.  Lynton has been steering Sony Pictures for 13 years, a span which included the massive 2014 hacking incident that saw unreleased films, emails and other …

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Slamdance 2017 Festival Lineup


The Slamdance Film Festival is right around the corner, taking place in Park City from January 20-26, 2017.  Driven by a dedication to emerging artists, Slamdance continues to be the premiere film festival by filmmakers, for filmmakers. Established in 1995, Slamdance is dedicated to discovering and supporting new talents in …

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Coverage Ink’s “Get Repped Now” Is Back!

Coverage Ink

Coverage Ink has opened the call for submissions for it’s “Get Repped Now” coverage/promotion.  Basically writers you get good industry coverage at a fair price for your feature-length/hour/30 minute script, and as an exciting bonus your work may be passed along to their Manager Panel for consideration for possible representation. …

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Mia Terra Retreats – Inspiration for Writers

Mia Terra

Mia Terra Retreats produces story-based retreats for screenwriters, TV writers, novelists, playwrights, storytellers, directors, actors, creative souls – anyone who has a story to tell.  Each retreat is handcrafted, unique, and set in a location with activities meant to enhance the classes and workshops provided for the writer. While on …

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2017 Scriptapalooza Fellowship; ‘Costa Rica never looked so good!’


Announcing the 2017 Scriptapalooza Fellowship.  The program was developed to honor dedicated writers and to help accommodate their creative process and skills. Scriptapalooza will be accepting applications for it’s 2017 screenwriter’s fellowship through September 30th, 2016.   They are slated to announce the top 6 Fellows on January 15, 2017, with …

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