Writing a short film is a whole different beast than a feature-length screenplay. Learn the questions you should ask to fit essential story points into only minutes.
Character emerges when a clear want comes up against conflict, which is when we begin to see what the character is made of, what the character values and hopes for, even basics of everyday thinking and personality.
Psychotherapist Dr. Donna Dannenfelser shows you how to develop well-thought-out psychological biographies for your characters to get your TV pilot on the air.
Can an MFA in screenwriting help your career? Teresa Warner explores what graduate school can do for your writing, your network and your self confidence.
You have a passion for writing, but moving to Los Angeles just isn’t an option. No worries, Kelly Jo Brick shares the many ways you can fuel your passion for writing from right where you are.
What is the Stowe Story Labs? Shoshana Rosenbaum describes her firsthand experience, answering Is it a worthwhile experience for screenwriters and filmmakers?
Filmmakers of documentary shorts delve into themes of chaos, survival, and a glimpse into a life of the city that forever evolves and a time that cannot be forgotten.
Michele Wallerstein, former screenwriting agent of 30 years, shares advice on the business of screenwriting beginning with how to make Hollywood need you.
Kathy Berardi explains how making a short film will improve your screenwriting.
When you consider screenplay submissions, are you thinking your screenplay “is good enough” OR “I can’t look at it anymore, I’ll just send it out”?