Here are various links to things screenwriting and screenwriting related.

 I am a freelance writer and blogger. I am a also a screenwriter, short film script writer and producer. I love the entertainment industry. I have written three full-feature screenplays and several short films produced in the US and one in Tokyo.

A dynamic storyteller, blending themes of love, loss and triumph in her books and screenplays.

I’m a screenwriter who absolutely loves movies. More importantly, I’ve studied screenwriting extensively for years, through film school and workshops, and have read myriad scripts and books on the subject. During this time, I have helped dozens of screenwriters, at all levels, improve their craft.

With screenwriting, it’s easy to get washed up on the rocks of your script. was created to help get you safely back on your writer’s journey.

Trevor Mayes

For everyone in Scotland interested in screenwriting.

JP Smith’s website. Published author and screenwriter, reviewer and blogger and previously an English Literature Professor.

JP Smith’s The Nervous Breakdown Blog and Book Reviews.

Eitan Loewenstein, Hollywood Writer Extraordinaire.

This is it, the official site of Eitan Loewenstein the most awesomest and coolest writer in the history of Hollywood.

Eitan is one of those people who writes things for pretty people to say in front of movie and TV cameras.  Once in a while he writes something like a guest blog post or an article around the internet.

At this site you will find the latest news about Eitan, links to work by Eitan and information about upcoming Eitan projects.


Spec Scout, the site that combines a script coverage library with a scoring system in order to highlight the best screenplays circulating Hollywood. We’re levelling the playing field for aspiring writers by showcasing the highest-scoring un-repped material alongside the pros’.


The Virtual Studio is a submission destination and collaboration tool for filmmakers—a community where artists can submit and workshop original work. It’s also the best e-resource for information about the Coppola family and American Zoetrope.

The Tracking Board _ Hollywood_s Insider Information - 2013-10-22_07.46.24

We are a private, member-based website that tracks Hollywood’s information from the film, TV and entertainment industries. From spec sales to rewrites and star attachments to executive moves; we cover it all, with one goal in mind…

To bring the most up-to-date insider news and information to our members, allowing them to stay on the pulse of what makes Hollywood tick.

Entertainment Professionals:

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ScriptShadow Reviewing the latest scripts in Hollywood.


The advice and rantings of a Hollywood script reader tired of seeing screenwriters make the same mistakes, saving the world from bad writing one screenplay at a time. Learn what it takes to get your script past one of these mythical Gatekeepers.


Screenwriting success. It starts with a strong script – but it’s more than that. From beginning with a marketable concept, to knowing how to sell your script, success in this industry requires a specific set of skills beyond writing. Screenwriting U is the only online school that will teach you everything you need to know to create both a powerful script and a successful career! LEARN MORE


Stage 32 is a FREE social media network and educational hub for film, television, and theater creatives.

With over 150,000 members in 185+ countries, Stage 32 is the social network uniquely populated with the most creative people on earth.

Horror. Writing. Writing horror.

Trackingb is where the entertainment industry meets online.. each and every day. is the #1 interactive online Hollywood tracking board – a place where film and television executives share and discuss new leterary properties hitting market, writer & director assignments & attachments, the latest exec hirs and fires, hot spec screenplay sales, new jobs, and other insider industry news. is the industry’s online network. The site draws the tastemakers and buzzmakers of the entertainment community: A-List screenwriters, directors, and producers, top agents, elite managers, and executives from the major studios and production companies.

Key information is exchanged. Connections are made. Projects are tracked as they heat up or cool down. and big deals are made.… get the inside track.

The Business and Craft of Screenwriting. A resource and members forum.

Done Deal Pro tracks the various script, book, treatment, and pitch sales and options made in Hollywood each day as well as internationally.

All the industry information you need at your fingertips. Add over 200,000 Hollywood insiders to your Rolodex. Your IMDb page is your industry calling card. Put your best face forward.

In Fear Of is an anthology series in the tradition of The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, Tales From The Crypt, The Outer Limits, and Masters Of Horror in which our most basic fears are realized through short films.

Created in 2012 by filmmaker Scott W. Perry, In Fear Of’s purpose is to showcase the many clincial fears that inhabit us daily, from the common to the bizarre, encompassing several genres; from horror, science fiction, fantasy, comedy, and drama, and bringing forth a collective of filmmakers to create these episodes to give their own unique spin on the phobia.

Face your fears… What are you in fear of…


Deadline Hollywood site was established in 2006 and it immediately became a uniquely candid, informed and authoritative source in the entertainment industry for breaking news before anybody else in town.


Scott Myers blog is largely in response to students who wanted to continue our conversations about the creative process. I offer it as a resource to them and any other aspiring writer, especially those interested in screenwriting and the magic of movies.

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