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!
Bob Verini goes beyond screenwriting tips and tackles another aspect of the screenwriter’s “American Dream,” analyzing writing-award statistics to give you some hints that one day you, too, may be blessed by Oscar.
Theme is a delicious ingredient of story that enriches every element. Barri Evins’ tips for adding theme from the outset to elevate your story.
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.