Script sits down with David Rocchio of Stowe Story Labs and discovers a whole new path for screenwriting and filmmaking success... starting in rural Vermont.
Claudia Johnson & Matt Stevens explore the best ways to find the right writing partner—sometimes the best partner is one who shares your DNA.
Every writer struggles with juggling a day job and finding time to write. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman gives practical tips on how to map your day to make writing a priority.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with screenwriter Tom Hines, who wrote 'Mother's Day' starring Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston, about the early days of his career, how he met Garry Marshall, and how that blossomed into a long-lasting, professional relationship.
Anne-Cecile Ville explores how many artists have suffered a spectrum of mental health issues ranging from depression to bipolar disorders and psychosis.
Marty Lang shares screenwriting contests run by local and state governments. If your script meets their guidelines, you might qualify for resources to make your film!
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with ScriptFest co-founder Bob Schultz about his own screenwriting career. He has two films coming out this year, Breakdown Lane and Herschell Gordon Lewis' BloodMania. He explains exactly how these projects came together.
Your ideal co-writer might be right under your nose—or right next to you in bed, as several teams revealed during our interviews with Claudia Johnson & Matt Stevens for Script Partners: How to Succeed at Co-Writing for Film & TV.
Are you guilty of making one of the top 10 crummy excuses for why you can't sell your screenplay? Stop whining and start winning!
So many screenwriters place soooo much importance on screenwriting contests, getting optioned, or even making the movie itself. Screenwriting is full of... desperation. Have you ever stopped to ask why it’s so important that you make your movie?