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***** SASWG MEMBER NEWS **** Welcome new members! **** Mark Zuniga's feature CUERPO just had their wrap party. We can't wait to see the film! **** Allison Hererra has won a film grant from the San Antonio Film Commission. Congratulations! **** Got news? Let us know!

Looking for a screenplay to produce? Click below and check out our recent loglines written by local screenwriters.  



Sat. 16th, 2019 - REGULAR MEETING

12:30-2:30 p.m. at ACS*


A. The Horror genre -  We’ll take a look at horror through the generations and how it has changed to reflect growing technology and the modern sophistication of audiences, and we'll examine the horror tropes as well as horror sub-genres. 

B. SCRIPT FEEDBACK - Members will receive the TV Pilot "PAYDAY" by Jerico Magallanes via email. Please read if possible, and be ready to discuss. This is an exercise that helps us all. 

C. 60-Second-Pitch - an optional, fun, and casual chance to practice a quick pitch and get feedback. Give it a whirl!

*Alamo City Studios, 1113 E. Houston St. San Antonio

Please note: Our monthly meetings have moved to the third Saturday of each month.

Also, the "writer sprint" is on hiatus.


Check out our screenwriters' guild 48 Hour Project entry for the San Antonio Experience Competition 2016. It's a short film called STRONG FEMALE LEAD. Logline: A chauvinistic writer gets a lesson in writing female characters. 

Our mission is to enable local screenwriters to create production-ready screenplays and teleplays that are of the highest quality. We are not affiliated with the WGA.​ (We like them, we're just not affiliated.) Anyone with an interest is welcome to join us! Learning basic knowledge of the craft and continually improving your skills is encouraged. We focus our free workshops on both basic and advanced level skills. We expect members to attend, participate in the activities and give to others, as much as they receive.  We are a collaborative group who share ideas freely, investigate to learn and take turns teaching each other what we know.


SASWG short accepted into local film festivals in 2016