Alfred Hitchcock once said, “To make a great film you need three things – the script, the script, and the script.” But what do you need to write the script and get paid to do it? While there are probably tens of thousands of aspiring screenwriters in Los Angeles alone, only... Read more

Behind every Pat Sajak, Alex Trebek, or Steve Harvey, there stands a Noah Bonnett – an executive producer (EP) waiting in the wings, making sure the game shows of the world run smoothly. Producing any live television show requires a singular combination of logistical wherewithal, managerial talent, quick thinking, and... Read more

Mara Junot gets paid to bring the voices in her head to life. As a little girl, she loved acting and performing, but, more than anything, she loved talking into her dad’s tape recorder. “I found any excuse to talk on this thing and listen to the playback,” she recalled.... Read more

The road to making a living as a crewmember in film and television can be long and bumpy. Just ask Jaxon Woods, who traversed from rural southern Oregon to the gray, drizzly shores of Vancouver, British Columbia before finally settling in Los Angeles – and that was only the beginning... Read more

Maggie Phillips

Following the death of a bunny rabbit at the hands of a mysterious man in the woods, the opening minutes to Season 2, Episode 1 of FX’s Fargo take things to another level, as the morbid crime/comedy proceeds to unleash a series of surreal split-screen interludes with its major characters... Read more