Claudia Johnson & Matt Stevens explore the best ways to find the right writing partner—if online dating works for couples, why not for writing partners.
Stewart Farquhar explains how writers should study early films, not to copy but to gather and infuse themselves with value and depth of a dwindling “storytelling” skill and art.
Screenwriting advice can seem random, contradictory, even useless. Barri Evins gives guidance on which guidelines to listen to and those you should pretend you never heard.
Industry executive and writer Robin Schorr shares her path to breaking into the business in our look back into the Script magazine archives.
I know writers love to know the “rules” and “formulas” and “principles” of writing, but truthfully, there are no great truths about writing. A great writer knows the pitfalls and takes a concept and creatively considers the most compelling way to tell that story—structure be damned.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with East Coast filmmaker Tony Germinario about writing the screenplay, raising money, and producing his latest thriller film, Bad Frank.
When Warner Bros. 2009 smash-hit comedy, The Hangover, launched its much-anticipated sequel, Script talked with one of the writers, Craig Mazin. Instead of the bright lights of Las Vegas, the “Wolfpack” (and the film’s new writers) took their hijinks to Bangkok for a night to, or not to, remember.
Michael Brandt discusses his move to directing, what he learned about writing from his new perspective, and what screenwriters should consider about becoming a hyphenate themselves.
Dave Trottier, AKA Dr. Format, answers to ten screenwriting questions he's asked all the time. Maybe you have some of the same questions.
Marty Lang talks with Gary King about how he developed the story of his new horror film 'Among Us', the challenges of producing your own work, and the value of the friends and family network.