Where and how you get read matters as much as IF you get read. Doug Richardson shares part 1 of his experience getting a "fast" read.
Screenwriter and director Jalmari Helander talks about how he got his latest film made and how he got Samuel L. Jackson involved with the project.
Rebecca Norris talks with Jonathan Robbins, Executive Director of the prestigious IAWTV Awards, to find out what they look for in web series submissions.
Jacob Krueger looks at '50 Shades of Grey' and discusses what could have made it a great script, and how those lessons can apply to your own writing.
Script brings you behind the scenes to get to know our family of contributors on a more personal level. Meet Rebecca Norris, author of Writers on the Web.
Producers Joke and Biagio get real about pitching reality TV by helping writers reveal reality TV material they may already be sitting on, and giving them a shot at earning some extra income from unscripted television.
Part 1 of Scriptmag's interview with Alec Sokolow and Joel Cohen on creating Toy Story and Writing Garfield, the movie...
Shawn Tolleson gives tips on how to refocus and reconnect to your dream career when you're feeling overwhelmed.
Script talked with Jeff Lyons about his new book for both screenwriters and novelists, Anatomy of a Premise Line, asking why he wrote it, what makes it different from other writing books, and his insights into creating compelling stories.
TV writer Eric Haywood explores when writers should speak up and when they should simply be one of the boys.