"I wasn’t setting out to tell my story or any memoir; I was trying to capture a feeling, an experience, a moment in time." Dito Montiel takes us behind the scenes of his Sundance-winnning film, 'A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.'
Script reader Ray Morton discusses the challenges of attaching actors to scripts with film industry executive Christopher Lockhart who shares practical reasons why an actor may choose a particular role.
One of the biggest challenges in screenwriting is revealing character to the audience. Drew Yanno explains portraying character smartly goes a long way toward the audience identifying with and/or understanding a particular character in the story.
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.'
Script talks with Final Draft's enthusiastic founder and CEO, Marc Madnick, to discuss Final Draft's success, their future and the surprise sale of the company to Cast & Crew Entertainment Services.
Screenwriter and script consultant Rob Tobin shares his thoughts on why a four act structure makes for a better script and a better writing experience.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with screenwriters Sean Baker & Chris Bergoch about their indy drama/comedy 'Tangerine.'
Steve Kaire gives advice on writing partnerships, including six essential questions to ask before entering into one.
Professional script reader Ray Morton details what a script consultant does for a writer and what a writer should never expect from a consultant. Learn the down-low of hiring a reader.
Is your story falling flat? Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares tips on how to elevate your story by literally, or not so literally, pushing them off a wall.