Happy Sunday to all. Let's hit the ground running today with some strong coffee and even stronger content.
First up this time around, from our friends at Variety, some of the hottest screenwriters in the business offer their advice on how to break in and stay in the industry.
Next, acclaimed New York acting coach, John Windsor-Cunningham, offers his advice on how to grab the auditioner's or audience's attention with the very first line you say.
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Have a fantastic remainder of your weekend!
Screenwriting Tips From Hollywood Professionals
How to Start an Audition Speech
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