The Globe and Mail’s online edition continues to provide valuable resources for aspiring and experienced writers, directors and editors.
Read the latest on how to start your creative career.
The Globe’s editors have teamed up with some of the best online communities for creative writing, creative storytelling and creative production.
From writers to directors and producers, from local filmmakers to Hollywood stars, this collection of writers’ resources are essential.
Learn how to make movies with a passion, or start writing today with these 10 tips.
Learn to use a digital editor’s best practices and be smart about your edits.
If you’re an aspiring or experienced writer, you may not know much about how to edit on a digital device.
This will help you in your professional career.
But if you’re not, these tips will show you how to be smart and take advantage of tools like Premiere Pro, Lightroom and Photoshop.
Find a career editor who has a background in writing.
This is important because many of the online communities will provide resources and resources that are only available to editors who have worked in this field.
For example, writers who are looking for advice on how they can improve their writing can check out the Writers Guild of Canada.
Know your story.
The best editors work to find and prioritize the story that is most important to them.
This means finding the right angle, the right pace and the right words to tell the story.
Some of the editors listed in this article are working with directors and filmmakers.
Use the right tool for the job.
Most editors are creative professionals, but they are also responsible for creating the stories they write.
Learn more about what it takes to become an editor.
Create a story that’s true to you.
When you’re a writer, the story is what you write about.
When your story is true to yourself, you can do your best work.
If your story feels right, your readers will trust you.
Find the right audience.
The right audience is what helps you get your work to the audience you want.
When a filmmaker, writer or director is looking for a writer to write for them, they want someone who can capture their passion and vision.
That means you.
If a producer or editor is looking to make their stories more accessible to the widest audience possible, they’ll want someone they can trust to be the best version of themselves.
Find creative ways to make money.
A great way to earn a living is to make the most of your time.
That includes writing, directing, producing and distributing movies, TV shows, web content, digital products and other creative endeavors.
Take your writing seriously.
There are many online communities where writers can meet and collaborate to create a story.
For instance, The Writers Guild has its own blog and podcast.
Many of these writers have found their way into major film, television and music production companies.
Find out what they have to say and get in touch with them to learn more.
Use a creative platform.
The biggest part of your career is writing and working on your own story.
Use social media to build community and connect with other writers and directors.
Find other writers on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Use your writing tools to make your work real.
When it comes to writing and producing, you’re the storyteller, not the writer.
Use digital tools to edit and record, and use a production assistant to create and edit scenes and cut.
This allows you to take your time and make your own creative decisions, without having to worry about the end product.