Script submission and intellectual property registration service that
lets you upload your script and have it professionally printed, bound
and shipped from one of our Los Angeles Printing Partners the same day.
Russell Publishing--Publishes "Screen
and Stage Marketing Secrets," an extremely useful resource for those
of you who are shopping your screenplays, 177pp, $34.95 + $4.00 S&H
(U.S.$). Also writer resource links, sample author query letter and
advice for authors and screenwriters.
of Fire--(Alex Epstein's site. Vies
for supremacy with the Wordplay
site. Superb online book "Crafty Screenwriting" with tons of practical,
industry news, interviews and info online.
of Bacon at Virginia--(You've heard
of "six degrees of Kevin Bacon?" College students in Va. have databased
this one to death. Try it. Good for a chuckle a day.)
Search--(Literary Search Engine. Specific
to writers' needs. Also will add your site.)
Room--Articles and interviews on all
aspects of indie filmmaking.
Chat--Links to discussion lists, writing
groups and magazines.
is THE International Voice of Screenwriting. No other screenwriting
magazine can say it is written by and about international authorities.
Interviews. Tips on writing good scripts. Columns by professional screenwriters.
Screenplay reviews from a writer's POV, and much more. Also in glossy
Utopia--(Site hosted by Christopher
Wehner containing articles, resources, and a number of products. Advert
heavy, but not annoyingly so.)
directory of resource links on screenwriting covering topics like tips
and tricks to help improve your writing, software reviews, agent lists,
produced screenplays from Hollywood movies, search engines, sitcom and
television writing, research and reference tools available online, etc.
Academy of Canadian
Cinema and Television--The Academy of
Canadian Cinema & Television is a national non-profit professional
association that was created in 1979 to serve the Canadian film and
television industry. Representing all aspects of the film and television
industries, the Academy is unique. It has grown to become the largest
professional association of its kind in Canada with over 3,000 members.
City--Huge link directory of Canadian
video, film and television resource websites including contact info
and phone numbers where available. If you only want to book mark one
reference page, this is it.
Trade Canada--(A project of the National
Screen Institute, Screen Trade Canada features an extensive database
of information about Canadian films, TV shows, producers, writers, directors,
actors, and production companies, as well as "magazine" pages with Canadian
Company--Offers an array of services
to screenwriters, from script consultation, editing, rewrites and polishing
to E-Zine and online publishing. Run by professionals who also have
extensive knowledge of the Canadian film and television business.