Create a winning writing career: Barri Evins’ coaches you on how the power of “swinging through the ball” – not at it – to reach your target for success.
Getting feedback in Hollywood can sometimes be discouraging. This week, Manny Fonseca shares some of the recent feedback he's gotten on his scripts.
Screenwriter Adam Gaines shares the challenges of crafting the microbudget thriller, NEGATIVE, in a way the audience won't miss the lack of special effects and rocket launchers.
Something interesting has been happening in recent years: feature films aren't the only type of independently produced content to find success. Episodic content has had just as much success finding its way to mainstream distribution.
A new director attaching to your project usually means rewrites. This week, Manny Fonseca updates you on the status of his current script, Whittier.
Screenwriting Goldmine founder Philip Gladwin talks emerging writers in Britain and the differences between American and UK screenwriting.
Steven Spielberg’s luminous epic about mankind’s first meeting with extra-terrestrial life was a critical and financial smash. Ray Morton explains how, four decades later, the film remains notable for many reasons.
The phrase "award winner" is so often heard that we likely ignore it and seldom consider whether we are supposed to be impressed by the statement or not. Christopher Schiller's answer is, as always, it depends.
Manny Fonseca shares further stories of run ins with scam artists. This time the deceptions hits a little close to home thanks to one "producer."
Clive Frayne gives five good reasons why authors should record an audiobook, ranging from improving sales of their novel to connecting with fans.