LeMercenaire wrote:It's a brutal business but just made sense to me as someone who hates a 9 to 5 grind and will seek out ways to make a living that depends on me and me alone.
So long as your ego will allow you to not be bothered about not seeing your name in lights, then there is a good living to be made once you get an "in". Do the job and you'll get used again and again.
Bear in mind that nobody wants any writer near a project once he hands the script in anyway and you get the picture of your place on the totem pole.
i heard about that and thats fine by me
im good at keeping my ego in check
i enjoy writing sht and making people laugh
i feel most comfortable and present doing that
you also feel present pushing 12 lots into a breakout
but not that comfortable i must say
Writing for live TV is even more brutal than movies, lol. Not for me, you're welcome to it.
thats the only thing that always scared me
i like to work hard but they say that live TV is ROUGH
and for people a bit younger than me
if i ever got a chance i would go for it
im a NOBODY from Poland
and i love late night television
i watch everything
to take part in creating it would be AMAZING
i could do it for free
I have a single script adaptation to thank for helping get me my starting bank - it was optioned twice and never made - as that cash plus what I had made as a Fund Monkey was enough to bankroll me immediately at a pro level. I am forever grateful for that.
funding is important!
you are a well adjusted, hard working guy
i got this weird feeling that you would get here anyway
winners are winners man