Freelance writer Erik Miller takes readers on a tour through the real-life drama of a film intern, and advocates that such an experience is essential to the screenwriter’s complete understanding of the craft.
Barri Evins vanquishes logline fears with the secrets to crafting loglines that stand up to industry scrutiny and entices people to read your story.
Likability alone will not make your protagonist appealing. But, never fear. Staton Rabin shares specific techniques you can learn for making your heroes engaging.
Writer/Producer Bob Farkas shares his inspiring story of living outside of Hollywood, starting screenwriting late in life, and getting his recent film, Crazy Famous, produced.
Script Anatomy founder and instructor Tawnya Bhattacharya shares tips for setting new years writing resolutions worth keeping.
Director, screenwriter and author, Stephen Chbosky (The Perks of a Being Wallflower), talks with Script about the making of his new family film, Wonder.
Film collectives are popping up around the country. Marty Lang shares information about a new collective dedicated to filmmaking in the Nutmeg State that gives state residents a place to go to help make their projects happen, a place they call the Nutmeg Institute.
Producer and actress Kaily Smith Westbrook discusses her new millennial comedy, People You May Know, how she developed the story and found a writer.
When analyzing a script, Ray Morton focuses on five key components and then asks one essential question. In part one, he discusses the first three key components.
Frida scribe Diane Lake traveled all the way to Mexico City to encounter firsthand the emotions, thoughts and sights that her heroine experienced. Based on her research and Hayden Herrera’s biography, Lake was able to bring Frida Kahlo to life on the big screen.