Producer Rodney Johnson discusses his latest film, Happiness Adjacent, along with some of the other films he's produced over the last decade under his Guest House Films banner.
Dialogue can deepen an understanding of characters and amp up a every aspect of a story. Paula Landry gives three clear way to improve dialogue in your script.
Rick Mitz has worked in the film and TV industry for decades and also teaches screenwriting. Here he discusses his incredible journey to VCFA and his thoughts on screenwriting and the act of expanding one’s art.
Terri Coduri Viani offers ten simple hacks you can do everyday to keep your day job from killing your writing career and sanity.
With so many films adapted from intellectual property, at some point in your screenwriting career you'll find yourself writing an adaptation. Having adapted books, comics and true stories, Mario O. Moreno shares several essential techniques for writing adaptations.
Yvonne Grace explains why the Structured Path is the right path when it comes to television series writing.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with writer / direct / producer Alex D'Lerma about his new film, Fear, Love, and Agoraphobia, the beginnings of the idea and how that eventually grew into this produced feature film.
Joy Cheriel Brown explores ten different genres of films that effectively explore diversity in screenwriting.
Barri Evins’ secret to creating strong stories: dig deep to lay a solid foundation before building up structure. Discover the building blocks of foundation.
Film historian and author Tom Stempel continues his long-standing “Understanding Screenwriting” column on Script’s site, exploring current and past films from the perspective of the screenplay itself.