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”?
President of HBO Documentary Films, Sheila Nevins, presented a poignant and often funny Master Class to the audience of screenwriters and filmmakers, moderated by Athena Film Festival co-founder Melissa Silverstein.
Susan Kouguell explains how writing for animation follows the same basic rules of live-action screenwriting, but the attention screenwriters must focus on are world-building and effectively using visual storytelling.
Glenn Benest discusses not only writing two horror screenplays for the late, great director Wes Craven, but also mentoring horror projects in his private workshop, including 'Scream' and 'Event Horizon.'
Where are we? Why are we here? What does this place really look like? These are just a few questions you don’t want film execs asking about your script. Susan Kouguell gives 10 tips on creating your characters' world.
Comedy writer David Misch teaches a class at The Writers Store in Burbank, CA on February 13, 2016.
Not all films contain the formula of boy meets girl, boy loses girl and boy gets girl. Susan Kouguell offers 5 tips for writing love relationships.