Jacob Krueger using There Will Be Blood to demonstrate when you externalize the internal struggle, what it actually does, is it allows the movie to play in your reader’s mind while they read.
The biggest problem many screenwriters who have trouble with is writing great action sequences. Glenn Benest gives tips to grab your reader.
Writer/director Eva Husson spoke to Script magazine about her scintillating film, 'Bang Gang: A Modern Love Story.'
Not many writers can boast selling three spec scripts in six months -- unless you're Max Landis. After his string of 2011 spec sales, Landis talked with 'Script' about his journey of breaking in.
Literary manager Sammy Montana helps writers pinpoint reasons for lack of writing motivation so you can eliminate their grip on your screenwriting process.
Christopher Schiller writes his final installment on Hollywood and LGBTQ issues. How has it changed and how can we make it better?
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.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with actor turned screenwriter Paul Logan about writing the new genre bending action / horror film, 'The Horde,' and getting it produced.
As one of the more prolific and emotionally literate writers working today, Christopher Hampton does not shy away from a character-arc challenge. Still, the intense dynamic between the principals—Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung—in 'A Dangerous Method' required him to push himself beyond his writing limits.
Winter’s Bone writers Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini relied on the authentic voices and settings of the Ozarks to guide the adaptation of Daniel Woodrell’s “country noir” novel.