Don't throw away your shot! Staton Rabin shares 10 things all writers can learn from the truly 'revolutionary' career of the genius who created Broadway's HAMILTON.
Rebecca Norris walks indie filmmakers through film festivals - the good, the bad, and the ugly - to help you save valuable time and money.
Dull dialogue is deadly. Barri Evins explains how to create dialogue that is a vibrant element of your story, works in harmony with description, and elevates the entire script.
Q&A with comedy writer David Misch on his new book, 'A Beginner's Guide to Corruption'; A satirical look at politics, finance and romance which shows how CORRUPTION as a route to wealth and happiness.
Script reader, writer and director Miranda Sajdak snarks the marketing of films by analyzing movie posters and their lack of female presence.
Writer and theatrical improviser Brett Wean shares how the art of Backing-Up can help screenwriters solve creative problems.
This first of a two-part series of columns focus is all about the details of getting paid, what to expect and when, how to specify your needs and realize the requirements for meeting them and how to recognize when what you are due isn't forthcoming.
Doug Richardson shares a story between him and his first agent prior to signing as a client into the screenwriting business.
JT Mollner talks about his early career writing and directing shorts and how he parlayed that into this debut feature film, 'Outlaws and Angels.'
Rich Whiteside explains how goal setting can help your screenwriting.