The Asylum, a motion picture production, financing, and worldwide distribution studio, has optioned four feature screenplays through ScriptXpert's Script Search, provided by The Writers Store.
Entertainment Attorney Christopher Schiller discusses the furor over movie titles and how lots of money can be spent on getting just the right one for a film.
Doug Richardson takes you into the world of researching stories... and into an L.A. hospital where gunshot wounds led to character development.
Marc Lawrence talks about his latest film, The Rewrite, Hugh Grant and Marisa Tomei. Learn how he broke into the business and his latest film, about a down-on-his-luck screenwriter who is forced to teach screenwriting at a small New York college.
Robert Piluso explains how ethnicity and gender should be regarded as vitally important, formative factors in character design and in writing character descriptions.
Rebecca Norris interviews the editorial staff of the WebVee Guide about creating buzz and getting press for a web series.
Screenwriter and professor Brad Riddell discusses why feature writers should consider writing and producing short scripts.
Some claim the inciting incident this must be a singular event that happens to the main protagonist and others that it must happen on page 10. But does it? Ivo Raza explains.
There are a zillion screenwriters out there, trying to sell their scripts. So, why does script analyst Staton Rabin say that you have no competition at all?
In today's "Writers' Room 101," TV writer Eric Haywood explains why writers' TV episodes aren't necessarily always theirs.