Bryan Sipe discusses the long and personal journey he went through, which resulted in the screenplay for 'Demolition,' starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
Script caught up with Sophie Goodhart at SXSW festival where she discussed the conception of 'My Blind Brother,' how she scored a top notch comedy cast, and why shooting on water is so damn expensive.
Buzz about Mike Birbiglia's new film, 'Don't Think Twice,' was already floating through the New York screenwriting and comedy communities even before cameras started to role. Script caught up with Birbiglia at SXSW.
First-time screenwriter Ziggy Darwish digs into an honest conversation between three soldiers - an Arab, Jew and American - in the dark comedy, 'Bordering on Bad Behavior.'
Andrew Bujalski spoke to Script at the InterContinental Hotel Stephen F. Austin in Austin, Tex. during the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival.
For only the second time in its 28-year history, Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting winners witnessed scenes from their winning screenplays come to life on stage in front of a live audience.
It’s a common refrain in the industry, if you’re looking to produce a low-budget film with the highest potential of success (or at least a good return on investment), go the horror route. That’s exactly what former studio executive turned writer/director David Jung did. Getting his start working crew for six...
Script Magazine caught up with Nicole Perlman just before the San Diego Comic-Con to discuss how she broke into the business, her time with the Marvel Studios writers program, and her role in shaping this summer's biggest blockbuster.
The writer and co-director of one of the most buzzed about films out of this Year's Sundance Film Festival discusses his exploration of themes, his 'Far Side' and 'Twilight Zone' influences, and the possibility of a sequel.
Michael Hirst spoke to Script from his home in Oxfordshire while in the midst of writing Season 3 of 'Vikings' and addressed a number of topics, including how he found his niche in historical drama.