When creating dynamic characters, try writing from the inside out: A character’s three fundamental dimensions (physiology, sociology and psychology) on the page are necessary for an actor to then create a textured performance on the screen.
Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan show how bringing love of land aspect into your stories, you can deepen your characters and give them even more to care about, fear to lose, fight and even die for.
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It’s great news that an agent has expressed interest in representing you, but do not jump into a relationship without making sure the agent is a good fit for you and your work.
What would you do if you were ranked among the top 3 smartest people in the world? TV comedy writer Rick Rosner is sure to surprise you with his answers!
Most of us recognize cops are in the news. From sea to shining sea the Brethren of Blue are, once again Franchise Characters Part 3... Click to continue.
Ashely Scott Meyers answers user submitted screenwriting questions and talks about thoughts on the best strategy for people who are trying to break in as a screenwriter.
Script brings you behind the scenes to get to know our family of contributors on a more personal level. Meet Staton Rabin, long-time contributor and author of 'Breaking In'.
Sometimes, moving to L.A. is the next step in your career. What do you really need to know to plan your screenwriting career move to L.A.?
To scratch that itch, Haas created the website Popcorn Fiction, which delivers a new short story nearly every week to more than 1,000 subscribers.