Whitney explores the demons behind Houston’s angelic voice
The new documentary Whitney, about the life and death of Whitney Houston drops numerous bombshells about the singer’s troubled life and family. Oscar-winning Scottish director Kevin Macdonald (One Day in September, The Last King of Scotland) takes the audience on an emotional rollercoaster in this honest, raw, sometimes incredibly frustrating film that is a must-see for every Whitney Houston fan. I sat down with Macdonald to explore the details behind telling this powerful story.
8 Ways to Market Yourself as a Screenwriter You Haven’t Thought of
As Hollywood and technology change, so do the ways in which you need to market yourself as a screenwriter. The old days of sending query letters - snail-mail or email - to agents, managers and production companies is pretty much over. These days, you have to be savvy, know how to use social media and, most importantly, have a market-ready, ...
5 Things an Aspiring Writer Can Do Besides Writing
Look, Major League Baseball Superstar Mike Trout didn't just wake up one day and become one of the best hitters in baseball. He had to train. He had to practice. He had to watch tape and study other hitters. He had to watch tape and study the pitchers he was going to face. He had to work with coaches. He had to work with teammates. If you're a screenwriter, so are you.