Katiedid Langrock, writer and TV development exec., reviews the new features in Final Draft 10 to see if the upgrade is really worth it.
Paula Landry explains how you can improve plot with character development by adding quirks, flaws and foibles.
Tim Long explores the narrative significance of an opening scene, sharing clips from films to demonstrate the power of a great start to a story.
Juggling being a mom and trying to get words on the page? Sabina Giado shares how motherhood has made me a better screenwriter.
Comedienne Jill-Michele Meleán takes us on the journey of writing 'This is Meg," a film based on her own experiences.
Doug Richardson relives the trial of the century when FX gives us another weekly hour of the very excellent The People v. O.J. Simpson.
Screenwriter David Paterson talks about how he adapted the novel, 'The Great Gilly Hopkins,' into a screenplay and then got it produced.
Can you write the perfect sitcom pilot fast? Yes! Join Marilyn Horowitz for part 2 of her series: Sitcom Success: The Perfect Pilot in 30 Days!
Is your script “good enough” or is it ready to go out into the world? Barri Evins’ pointers on pushing past good enough writing to make your work impressive.
Manny Fonseca takes a look at the hierarchy of a production company, the players involved, who you should know and who to avoid.