Below the Line: Location Assistant Melanie Roddy
If anybody ever reads about our business, I hope people take away that quality of life is the most important. You make enough to live and you get with good people. That's the important shit.
15 Types of Income to Create or Refine a Part-Time or Full-Time Author Business Model That Works for You
All authors can create holistic, rewarding cottage industries, sidelines, part-time or full-time businesses around their book/s, their knowledge, their experiences, and their author status.
Hollywood Creatives Fundraising for Strike Funds: Where to Find Help if You Need It
Hot Labor Summer is all too real, so Hollywood's creatives are finding some, well, creative ways to raise money for strike funds.
Below the Line: On-Set Photographer Alison Cohen Rosa
"I would pinch myself sometimes on set, going, 'I'm so fucking lucky to be in this room.' Like, I get goosebumps. I am so lucky."
Joe Straynge is Dead
I was creating something so this skin could move through the world like a phantom. Something that would protect me as I hid beneath the surface of whatever I’ve become.
Could an A.I.-Generated Cary Grant Win an Oscar?
The debate won’t focus on what we allow A.I. to do, but rather, how much we allow it to do.
Dollars and Sense
Shut up and do as you’re told because there’s a line of folks back there hungry to stab you and take your place.
The Substance of AIR
In this instance, money isn’t just money, it’s an expression of power.
Do You Read the Whole Thing?
Every single script I recommended my bosses read officially had my stamp of approval on it. And how bad do you think it would make me look if I wasted some of their precious time with a mediocre piece of material?
A Simple Guide to Writing the Dreaded Synopsis
It’s also important to not forget about the voice and tone of the story when creating your synopsis.
Best Practices for Writing "Conferencing"
There are a lot of reasons, of course, but let’s just boil this down to the punchline—you have to meet people to sell your work.
Ways to Be Productive During a Strike (Without Risk of Scabbing)
The strike back in 2007/2008 lasted one hundred days. I don't know if this one will end up being quite so lengthy, but if it does, what do you do?
What Readers Really Think
Everything that follows is what they actually said, whether you like it or not.
Profits are good. Greed is not.
The Age of A.I.nlightenment: How the Artificial Intelligence Boom is Changing the Arts
If everything around AI feels unsettling and sketchy, that’s because the market hasn’t decided what exactly to do with it yet and businesses are taking wild swings.