The Legal 411 for Motion Picture Producers: The Legal Information Producers Need from Script to Screen

This book explains: Financing (private equity, crowdsourcing, private placements); business entity formation (corporations and limited liability companies); life story rights acquisitions (life story agreements, the rights of privacy, and the right of publicity) and much more! Available on Amazon.

The Legal 411 for Screenwriters: The Legal Information Screenwriters Need to Work Smart and Succeed in the Film Industry

This book provides information on issues that affect screenwriters. How to write with a partner without risking your rights to the screenplay; when and how to acquire life story rights; adapting public domain material; acquiring the rights to books and other material not created by you and more! Available on Amazon.

Hollywood Screenwriting Directory

Always on the pulse of Hollywood, this edition boasts updates on over 50% of the previous directory listings. Plus, you’ll find all-new points of contact for execs, including more email addresses and Facebook profiles, and a new sample Submission Release Form.  The Hollywood Screenwriting Directory is a comprehensive listing of professionals and resources for film…

Hollywood Producers Directory

The Hollywood Producers Directory is a comprehensive listing of professionals and resources for film and television production. But it’s more than just a phonebook. Over 4,000 listings for Industry insiders such as studios, production companies, and independent financiers: Specialized resource with over 4,000 Industry listings A guide to proper script format and advice on packaging…

Alone in a Room

Alone in a Room by John Scott Lewiniski tackles the hard truths that other screenwriting books are afraid to confront. Film and TV writing is the most competitive literary field in the world and if an aspiring writer does not get the work done properly, he or she will fail. The book includes an interview…

The Screenwriter’s Guide to Agents and Managers

The lessons to be learned from this helpful guide show aspiring screenwriters, television writers, and novelists how to catch an agent’s eye and develop a successful scriptwriting career. Step-by-step instructions reveal how to get around the “Catch 22” of the trade—but you can’t get an agent until you’ve sold a script. Interviews with prominent agents,…