While it is always his goal to find material he can recommend, Ray Morton passes on 90% of the scripts he reads. Find out what gets a script a pass.
Ray Morton discusses how much of today’s darkness in films feels like style rather than substance, risking leaving an audience feeling it's inauthentic.
Ray Morton discusses what lessons the best and worst films in the genre have to teach us about writing a super-script.
Screenplays unfold from beginning to end without breaks. Readers do not have the time to stop reading to consult any supplemental material.
Ray Morton remembers the late Sir Peter Shaffer, sharing how his approach to writing can inspire writers of all mediums.
Since so many of you are currently toiling in supernatural or fantasy films, Ray Morton offers a few tips for crafting better cinefantastique.
Ray Morton explains what's wrong with 'Batman v Superman.' If you’re going to write a great movie, you need to be brave and choose subject matter you're passionate about.
You’ve worked on your script for months or maybe even years, and you finally label your script done. Ray Morton answers, "So what do you do now?"
To help you avoid falling victim to these exploiters, Ray Morton shares his list of eight screenwriting scams to avoid.
Script reader Ray Morton discusses the challenges of attaching actors to scripts with film industry executive Christopher Lockhart who shares practical reasons why an actor may choose a particular role.