Writer's Digest scoured the web for sites to include in our annual roundup of the 101 Best Websites for Writers, a comprehensive collection of online resources for writers.
Veteran screenwriter Jeremy Leven (The Notebook, Alex and Emma, Crazy as Hell, Playing for Keeps) shows how to lay the groundwork for writing the reveal without giving it away or making the audience feel they are being toyed with.
As the creator of the Hollywood Networking Breakfast® and career strategist to folk inside and outside of Hollywood, Sandra Lord offers some valuable face-time networking tips for success.
One of Stowe Story Lab's talented mentors, Ellen Parks, discusses the value of this unique screenwriting lab in rural Vermont.
The biography work you do on your primary characters is essential to creating compelling characters. Sally B. Merlin explains how the more you know, the more they'll know.
With more writers making the move from desk chair to director’s chair, the question on many a scribe’s mind becomes when stepping behind the camera: How can I do it, too?
Sign up for Glenn Benest's Creating a Great Character Arc webinar today! If you can't make the live event on March 22nd, as long as you sign up in advance, a recording will be emailed to you!
Leading up to the 2018 Oscars, Script looks back at some of our articles, interviews, and film reviews that covered what are now Oscar-nominated films. Plus, download screenplays of this year's contenders!
What will elevate your concept above the randomness of coincidence is how you make that situation ironic. Phil Parker gives tips on tackling irony in your story concept long before the rewrite.
Freelance writer Erik Miller takes readers on a tour through the real-life drama of a film intern, and advocates that such an experience is essential to the screenwriter’s complete understanding of the craft.