Industry executive and writer Robin Schorr shares her path to breaking into the business in our look back into the Script magazine archives.
Michael Brandt discusses his move to directing, what he learned about writing from his new perspective, and what screenwriters should consider about becoming a hyphenate themselves.
We hear very little about the low-concept screenplay. At least a sizable minority of films Hollywood releases each year are of this variety.
'Bumpin Uglies' Brazilian waxes conventional-indie expectations in Susie Griswold’s first full-length feature which she co-directed, co-produced and co-starred with Kevin Craig West of MoBetta Films.
Nothing should be placed in the script unless it has some kind of meaning, somehow furthering the characters or the story. David Landau explains how to use a set-up and payoff to elevate your audience's experience.
Of all the tools at a screenwriter’s disposal, titles and character names are certainly not the most important. But they still go a long way to making your script stand out, either positively or negatively. Learn how to differentiate between the two.
Judy Burns has been a reader and a writer who, like many others, had to network to get noticed. She shares advice on choosing contests for screenwriting contest success.
One of the best ways to learn story structure is to analyze successful films. Salva Rubio beats out the film, "Lost in Translation" in his new book 'Save the Cat Goes to the Indies.'
The first step to getting your project made is developing a rock-solid pitch. There's a right way to pitch your ideas, and this is your chance to learn it. At Produced By, you will have the opportunity to test out your pitching skills on a stellar panel of experienced producers.
What hurts you deeply? What’s the most traumatic moment of your life? Jeff Leisawitz discusses tapping into core wounds through your characters to write a story that matters.