Our next SXSW11 podcast is with actor/writer/director, Tom McCarthy (The Visitor, The Station Agent), on his latest film, Win Win.
Our first podcast direct from SXSW 2011 is with Ben Ripley, screenwriter of the highly anticipated action-thriller, Source Code. UPDATED with a clip of the first five minutes of the film.
We're live-blogging the Academy Awards this Sunday night, February 27! Join us at 5 p.m. and follow along on TV as we dissect the Oscars live from backstage in the press room at the Kodak Theatre.
Filmmaker Kevin Smith (Red State) dropped some heavy words of wisdom about writers today via Twitter. His sermon, for lack of a better word, is collected here in its entirety for all to read.
We came. We conquered. We connected. - That's how the night felt after our first-ever Script Magazine Los Angeles Meetup this past Tuesday (2/8) night. Judging by our Facebook RSVP list, we thought we'd get maybe 30 or 40 readers and friends of the magazine to show up. But 7 p.m. hit and right...
In case you missed it (and most of you probably did because, unfortunately, no network actually aired this), here's the opening number from the 2011 Writers Guild Awards as performed by Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet.
The nominations for the 83rd Academy Awards were announced this morning. The King's Speech leads all films with 12 noms, followed by True Grit (10), Inception and The Social Network (tied with 8). Did your favorite film make the list this year? Check out the full list. Who do you think will be taking...
The old adage, "Write what you know" certainly applies to Richard Levine, writer/director of the film Every Day. Levine, a former producer/writer/director of the hit TV series Nip/Tuck, took his life experiences and crafted a touching and emotionally driven comedic drama.
Trigger Street Productions is no stranger to the world of geekdom. Producers of the cult favorite Fanboys and this year's Oscar favorite The Social Network, it's no surprise Dana Brunetti and his crew have jumped into the comic book industry full force, teaming with Kickstart Comics to produce Bad Guys...
Todd Phillips (Due Date) and Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network) took some angry - and dare we say, legitimate - swipes at the Writers Guild of America about credit for contributing to scripts and about the general purpose for the guild during a THR awards round table.