Literary manager Sammy Montana helps writers pinpoint reasons for lack of writing motivation so you can eliminate their grip on your screenwriting process.
When you write a regular blog about the screenwriting industry, insiders can be nervous their stories will end up on your site. Doug Richardson dishes the dirt on blogging.
We all want, need, crave validation. But when it comes to script coverage or a professional consult, expect some criticism. Be eager for it. In fact, be grateful. That’s where you’ll learn.
The antagonist is arguably the most complex and fascinating character. Script analyst, Kayley Loveridge, explains how to create the perfect engaging and complex antagonist.
Alfred Hitchcock is the master of suspense. But is he being misunderstood by critics and writers? Take a closer look at what he really said about the famous ticking bomb.
What's the quickest way to become a better screenwriter, and also learn what other writers are cooking up? Become a screenwriting contest judge.
With a large movement away from three-act screenplay structure, Drew Yanno offers why he thinks that shift exists and what the real rebellion is all about.
Since so many of you are currently toiling in supernatural or fantasy films, Ray Morton offers a few tips for crafting better cinefantastique.
Heather Hale challenges screenwriters to raise the bar and learn all they can about writing a TV series.
When Doug Richardson tells the tale of being a struggling writing, trying to find writing inspiration when all felt lost. Al Pacino was his answer.