Paul Peditto examines famous movies with great character arcs to explore where the character arc begins, where does the character change, and where does he/she end up by the end of the story.
Susan Kouguell speaks with Tatiana S. Riegel, the editor of I, Tonya, about the challenges of balancing the film’s complex moving parts, setting a pace for the ambitious story while giving both the drama and the humor room to shine.
Northrup Davis examines the growing influence of Japanese manga and anime in Hollywood and the opportunities the global medium presents to creative minds looking to start a career in film or television.
Screenwriter Peter Iliff (Patriot Games, Point Break) wanted more from his career. So, using the resources he could find and the connections he’d made, Iliff took the leap to writer-director with his film Rites of Passage … and he couldn’t be happier.
Collaborating with friends has always been a tightrope act. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman gives tips to help you not lose the friendship over the course of a project.
Gabrielle A. Lodl shares valuable advice from the panelists at Austin Film Festival on actionable steps you can take to help change the film industry for the better.
Rich Whiteside shares his insights into Hollywood politics, script development, and the tools you need to navigate a successful screenwriting career.
While audiences like to be surprised, they also have very definite preconceptions of a movie. Ray Morton gives tips for balancing audience expectations.
Jeanne Veillette Bowerman discusses the path from miserable career to finally becoming a writer. It's never too late for anyone to chase their dreams!