The essential facts of 'The King's Speech' are well-documented and the details are meticulously researched. It’s also an extremely personal project for screenwriter David Seidler, who conceived and wrote the movie.
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.
Don Cheadle and Steven Baigelman spoke to Script about their collaboration in bringing Davis’s life to the screen in 'Miles Ahead.'
Oscar-winning screenwriter Paul Haggis discusses the importance of finding the central question in your story, creating original plot points, his writing process and more.
Charlie Kaufman talks to 'Script' on the inception of 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind' and the challenges getting the idea on the page.
Screenwriter of 'Black Hawk Down,' Ken Nolan, talks about fighting for the film you're passionate about all while delivering what the suits expect and want, even if they keep changing their minds.
Mark L. Smith, screenwriter of 'The Revenant,' talks about his co-writing rituals with Alejandro González Iñárritu, the challenges of visual storytelling, and the absurdity of a certain pesky rumor.
Script speaks with screenwriter Robert Siegel about the inspiration and writing of 'The Wrestler' and taking it from script to screen.
Will Rokos and Milo Addica share the long, challenging journey of getting 'Monster's Ball' from script to screen. It takes much more than a great script.
The Yale Book Review called The Hours “one of the most daunting literary projects imaginable.” Let's examine it from script to screen...