Screenwriter Brian Godawa shares his journey from page to screen, earning him his first writing credit for the film 'To End All Wars.'
Pamela Jaye Smith and Monty Hayes McMillan take us on a journey through many different kinds of love that can enrich your characters, compel your plots, and move your audience.
Bob Verini interviews John McNaughton, the director of "The Harvest," discussing the script's development and bringing thrills to the screen through complex characters.
Great screenplay writing has characters that strike a universal core with their audience and allow us to feel empathy.
You've probably heard that writing a film treatment is a great way to plan your spec script before writing it. Staton Rabin explains why you should ignore that advice.
In today's "Writers' Room 101," TV writer Eric Haywood breaks down the three primary types of television staffing meetings.
Ashley Scott Meyers brings you part 2 of his interview with John Jarrell. In this section we dig deeper into some of the specific stories from his twenty plus year career and he gives out more great advice for screenwriters.
Mandatory dinner meetings the night before a shoot can send a writer into a panic. Doug Richardson takes you to the table with Jerry Bruckheimer and Don Simpson.
Documentaries are often labelled subjective or objective, but arguably a purely objective documentary does not exist. Susan Kouguell explains why.
Dan Goforth asks entertainment attorney Stacey Davis to tell filmmakers the things they need to know to get their film off the page and into production.