David S. Cohen goes behind the scenes with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Superbad, the script they started on a whim, became a summer release from Sony some 11 years later.
Getting your script ripped apart can be heartbreaking. Vicky Hinault gives 6 tips for dealing with honest feedback.
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.
Conventional wisdom says, “Write what you love.” Barri Evins’ “Ten Reasons You Must Love What You’re Writing” proves that is wrong. “Love what you write.”
Paula Landry his the writing gym with ideas about how to improve your screenplays by applying workout concepts to your writing.
Dave Trottier, AKA Dr. Format, demonstrates how to make your script a faster read and keep executives turning the page! Learn better ways to write character description and action in your screenplay.
Planning your career is an essential part of becoming a professional screenwriter. Marilyn Horowitz outlines several crucial things to keep in mind.
T. Jay O'Brien shares invaluable screenwriting lessons to aide your writing career, gained by working with writers and actors for a couple decades in a Writing Lab environment.
That fab career in screenwriting has not arrived. Is your blind belief in your abilities just delusion? Paul Peditto shares some screenwriting traps to avoid.
Rebecca Norris expands on each #ScriptTip she has shared so far on Twitter to help screenwriters make their contest and fellowship submissions shine!