Script Magazine follows up with Brian Godawa to see how the past 12 years have treated him and his screenwriting career. We caught up on all things writing and the unexpected turn his career has taken.
Jeanne Veillette Bowerman encourages writers to examine their old screenplay feedback, even if it's years old, to see if their writing is really the problem... or something else.
With so many screenwriting experts out there, whom should you believe? Jeanne Veillette Bowerman challenges you to not drink the Kool-Aid and gives tips on navigating conflicting advice.
Over the past year, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shared some of her mentors' screenwriting tips, but for those who missed them, here are her favorite dozen.
Jeanne Veillette Bowerman explains how to write a screenplay that sells itself. The secret is right in front of you and absolutely achievable.
The same, but different. That’s what new writers are told to strive for when it comes to commercial concepts to raise their chances of a sale. It worked for screenwriter Brandon Barker.
After being chosen as one of the Top 25 in Tracking Board’s Launch Pad Competition, Eric Koenig’s script Matriarch sold to Paramount.
Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Compliment to Jeanne’s previous post: Balls of Steel: 11 Ways to Avoid Disaster When Choosing a Writing Partner. When you break story with that perfect writing partner, plot points pop and characters leap off the page. There’s truly nothing like it. Hot sex and...
Writing character descriptors is much like presenting them to the Queen. You are that person whispering into the Queen’s ear, telling her who is in line to greet her and why she should care.
Taking the time to find the best writing partner is as critical as the effort you put into finding the right spouse. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman gives 11 tips to avoid disaster.