Jen Grisanti analyzes the new Netflix series, ATYPICAL, exploring how structure can influence emotion and bring your audience to tears.
Jay Thornton explains how screenwriters must be storytellers who master multiple mediums. Dive in for Jason's novel writing tips for screenwriters.
Paul Peditto takes you behind the camera to prepare you for the production of your first movie. A must-read etiquette guide for the Writer On Set.
Why does TV writer Ross Brown love 10-minute plays – or more importantly, why should you be writing them? He shares 10 solid reasons this short form will improve your writing and career.
Stewart Farquhar provides a list of cautionary advice for writers to heed if s/he wants to prevent outright rejection. Consider them a way to survive the first cut of any Hollywood executive or screenwriting contest.
Hollywood veteran Daniel Petrie Jr. (Beverly Hills Cop) moderated a panel comprised of Hollywood’s hottest horror scribes: Scott Kosar (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003, The Machinist, The Crazies), Wesley Strick (Arachnophobia, Scorsese’s Cape Fear, Nightmare on Elm Street 2010), and Stephen Susco (The Grudge, The Grudge 2).
With a great story in script form, Muriel Stockdale decided to dive in and turn her screenplay into a novel. She takes you on the liberating journey of writing in a new medium.
Marty Lang interviews Richard "RB" Botto about the difference between crowdfunding and crowdsourcing, offering insights screenwriters can use to develop their brand.
When sitting down to write a script, some aspiring screenwriters have an aversion to the actual writing part. Ray Morton explains how this aversion manifests on the page.