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.
Negotiations: Secrets you need to know when there’s money on the table. The folks with the money are going to keep it their own pockets as long as possible.
Given how long it can get to write a new screenplay, shouldn't a writer have a method to decide on the best possible movie ideas that merit development?
In her new column, Rebecca Norris discusses beating the waiting game by self-producing or self-publishing your own writing.
Script Angel's Hayley McKenzie looks at how screenwriters can use psychology and personality theories to develop character.
Attorney Mark Litwak, Esq. explains the intricacies of protecting your writing from borrowing elements to stolen ideas.
It's not just who you know, it's how good you are. Corey Mandell explains why there's no short cut to having the writing talent it needs to succeed.
Staton Rabin's blog drilled down into the shortage of "diversity" in Hollywood movies. In Part 2, she tells you what you as a writer can do about it.
Jacob Krueger discusses a concept called "the game of the scene" using Trainwreck as an example.