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Thank You, Writers!

By on March 15, 2019 in About the Beats, Success Stories with 44 Comments
Thank You, Writers!

The same language the writer, the reader and the decision makers use

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What’s Your Writer’s Resolution?

By on January 7, 2010 in Today's Blog
What’s Your Writer’s Resolution?

It may be a new year; and yet, we still face the same challenge: The economic forecast is dismal. The script market is sluggish. Does that mean our attitude has to be as well? That’s not what Cats do. Cats view this as an opportunity to raise the bar higher. At Cat! Central, this is […]

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Blindsided by The Blind Side

By on December 8, 2009 in Beat Sheets
Blindsided by <i>The Blind Side</i>

Cat! Jose Silerio scouted this past weekend’s #1 hit. If there ever was a surprise film of the season, it has to be The Blind Side. In fact, its remarkable run was even made more remarkable because it ended up number one at the box office after three weeks, a feat almost unheard of. So, […]

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The Promise of the Premise

By on November 16, 2009 in About the Beats, Today's Blog
The Promise of the Premise

Cat! Jose Silerio scouted this past weekend’s new releases. I couldn’t make up my mind what movie to watch over the weekend: a $200 million disaster movie that critics hated, or a low-budget movie that critics adored and happens to be written and directed by Oscar-winning brothers. While A Serious Man seemed like a winning […]

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The Insiders – A Save the Cat! Exclusive Series

By on November 9, 2009 in Today's Blog
The Insiders – A Save the Cat! Exclusive Series

Today, we are proud to launch our series of industry-based interviews, THE INSIDERS. Every few weeks, we’ll sit down and chat with men and women making their mark in Hollywood – and around the world. This week’s guest is writer/director/producer Jim Hemphill. STC: You’ve had a remarkable path, going from critic to reader to writer/director, […]

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