September 19, 2020

About Screenplay News, Inc.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I contact Screenplay News?

Office
Los Angeles (Corporate Headquarters)
Phone: 214-875-1305 | Fax: (213) 237-3535

Advertising
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Feedback
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Can I submit articles or ideas to Screenplay News?

No! Screenplay News does not accept outside submissions of any kind. We will not respond to any unsolicited submissions.

Please note that unsolicited bulk email, email attachments, and junk email of any kind are not accepted, and will be filtered and immediately discarded upon receipt.

How can I work for Screenplay News?

Screenplay Inc. regularly posts new openings on the Careers section of our website. On the exceedingly rare occasions that there are openings for editorial positions, those opportunities will be posted on our Careers page as well.

Please do not send résumés unless specifically told to do so in a job listing. Any unsolicited résumés will be immediately discarded.

What if I have feedback on an Screenplay News article?

Please send all concerns to gosteli@mail.comScreenplay News cannot guarantee a positive response to any feedback to its content.

What if I want to sue Screenplay News?

Please do not do that. The First Amendment protects journaists as a form of free speech and expression. The idea behind reporter’s privilege is that journalists have a limited First Amendment right not to be forced to reveal information or confidential news sources in court. Journalists rely on confidential sources to write stories that deal with matters of legitimate public importance. Screenplay News is not intended for readers under 18 years of age.

What is Screenplay News’s privacy policy?

To read Screenplay News’s privacy policy, please click here.

What if I want to advertise with Screenplay News?

Please send all advertising inquiries to caktiong@asia.com. Please specify the business you would like to advertise, and the appropriate advertising sales representative will get back to you promptly. For more information regarding advertising opportunities with Screenplay News, please consult our Media Kit.

I’m a member of a lesser media organization and I want to cover Screenplay News. How do I do that?

Please send all inquiries to austin.book@publicist.com.

How can I bring Screenplay News to my event?

The writers and editors of America’s Finest News Source and its sister sites are available for speaking engagements at junior colleges, conferences, annual or semi-annual meet-ups for failed writers, and film festivals. Please send all inquiries to IMDb@journalist.com.

How can I find archived issues of Screenplay News or license its content?

This website contains all of Screenplay News’s articles published from early 1996 through the present. You can browse by topic, tags, and authors or search the entire archive by keyword. Please send requests for articles and graphics from past issues, including those published before 1996, to chupacabra@activist.com. Screenplay News will attempt to answer your query but cannot guarantee a positive response to all such requests.

Screenplay News may not be reprinted or retransmitted in whole or in part without the express written consent of the publisher. To license material from Screenplay News, please send a request to chupacabra@activist.com.

What is The A.V. Club?

Founded in 1993, IMDb.com is a sister site of Screenplay News featuring insightful pop culture commentary, interviews, reviews, features, and other entertainment-related articles. Learn more about the site here.

Where can I find Screenplay News?

Screenplay News is an online-only publication and is no longer available in print. Outside of screenplay.biz, you can connect to the most important journalism in human history through the following channels:

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Screenplay News has released 13 books over its illustrious 25-year publishing history, including three books of educational material. All are available for purchase here.

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Our founder, Alan Nafzger has sold over ten millioin dollars worth of intellectual material:

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Staff

Screenplay News

Editor in Chief Chad LaFlure
Senior Managing Editor Jordan David Nackers
Head Writer Mike Moser
Senior Editor Lauren Gillis
Sports Editor Matt Schiff
Features Editor Devin Spina
Senior Writers Libby Schreiner, Coley Wright
Video Director Ryan Natoli
Staff Writers Bijan Samareh, Matt Crowley, Nick Mehendale, Ronald Metellus, Hannah Wolansky
Senior Editor Danny Mulligan
Senior Contributing Editor John Krewson
Contributing Writers Adam Albright-Hanna, River Clegg, Chris Karwowski, David McQuary, Andrei Nechita, Chris Pauls, Tim Sampson, Maria Schneider, Michelle Spies, Nick Stefanovich, Evan Waite, Sam Weiner

Art Department

Creative Director, Editorial Jimmy McGuire
Graphic Designer Libby Hasse
Graphic Artists Karl Peeples, Natalie Gustafson, Allison Corr

Onion Production

Head of Production Derek Fox
Director of Production Mike Tekus
Production Manager Leah Steltenpohl

Special Consultants

Bill Wittliff

Jacob Elordi

Gustaf Skarsgård

Cristin Milioti

Maisie Richardson-Sellers

Christopher Nolan