Manny Fonseca talks about the journey to developing a screenwriting class in the hopes of helping out beginning writers. He also gives out how to sign up for said class in a solid sales pitch.
Leading up to the 2018 Oscars, Script looks back at some of our articles, interviews, and film reviews that covered what are now Oscar-nominated films. Plus, download screenplays of this year's contenders!
Paula Landry discusses the importance of learning the details of film scheduling and budgeting to elevate your writing.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with screenwriter Stephen Kogon about his new film, Dance Baby Dance, and about making the transition from East Coast to Los Angeles.
Oscar-nominated screenwriters Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber speak with Script about peeling back the layers of the unique story-within-a-story that is The Disaster Artist.
When adapting a true story, like The Post, Paul Joseph Gulino examines the need to be willing to explore the main character beyond the facts and into a level of growth in order to tell a more complex and compelling story.
Barri Evins essential pointers on the steps to writing a killer query letter that succeeds in getting a response, not the query letter that leaves you dead in the water.
What do you do when you can't get the words on the page and no one is around to keep you accountable? WRAC, Writer Accountability, was created to help writers set goals, be accountable and share tips and advice in a supportive community.
Marty Lang shares how screenwriting contests can open doors for writers living far from Los Angeles.