Jason Hellerman graduated from Penn State University in Film Production & English and holds an MFA in Screenwriting & Film Theory from Boston University. Jason has worked as a Story Editor for several A-list clients and continues to do story consulting.
In 2013, his screenplay, Shovel Buddies, made the top ten of the annual Black List. Shovel Buddies was purchased and produced by AwesomenessTV and debuted at the SXSW film festival in 2016.
Outside of Hollywood, Jason has collaborated on commercials for Nintendo, Ford, Universal, and SyFy.
Jason is constantly writing and developing new ideas for companies across the globe.
I totally get where you're coming from, but if we publish one side, we have to publish the other. Doesn't matter which we believe more, it's just the facts.
had never heard this - I'll adjust to include the news item about it.
Because Magnolia is a movie made up of threads, and there are plenty of subplots within that movie - the Worm, his son, the men who flirt with Donny in the bar, his boss, the interviewer of Tom Cruise's character, the romance subplot between cop and victim, etc.
It's going to be a blast!
Your mom likes it when I take her to see them.
Thanks for all this - I know of Coverfly but have never used (same as WeScreenplay) - They're all Industry Arts programs, which means they are all owned by the same company that also owns Tracking Board, Screencraft, Script Lab, Launch Pad, etc - I would be wary of anyone charging across platforms for access. Especially when they're charging for each specific brand etc - we might have to look into them as well in a follow-up article. For huge companies like this to exist, they have to PROFIT off the Hope Machine. That means they have tons of contests and services so they have tons of money coming in to support the staff they need to continue to have these things - that will always make me wary about how money comes in and where it goes. Does it go back into helping people? Again, more research is required.