StoryLink, an online community of screenwriters and filmmakers, is featuring Tracey for its “Ask a Screenwriter” column. Read all about it:
In honor of Women’s History Month, the March edition of “Ask a Screenwriter” will feature female scribe Tracey Jackson. Her adaptation of Sophie Kinsella’s Confessions of a Shopaholic (about a college grad who lands a job as a financial journalist in New York City to support her shopping addiction) was released on February 13.
Jackson has written more than 15 feature films and 14 television pilots. Her films include The Guru, the first Hollywood/Bollywood crossover film; The Other End of the Line, a trans-global love story to be released on October 31; and the upcoming Ashes to Ashes, which she wrote with Goldie Hawn. Lucky Ducks, completed last November, is Jackson’s first documentary and directorial debut. She is currently working on a book for Harper Collins.
Post your question for Tracey Jackson before February 23, 2009. If your question is chosen you’ll win a copy of Pilar Alessandra’s On The Page: The DVD, which offers more than 20 ten-minute writing tools that take your script from idea through to rewrite.