With experience as a TV producer and Script Consultant, Yvonne Grace shares 10 mistakes people make when writing, or wanting to write, for television drama series.
After decades of in-depth, pains-taking empirical research—meaning, watching way too much TV—Evan Smith shares ten reasons why they do indeed make sitcoms like they used to.
Professional screenwriter Craig Van Sickle opines his dislike of novice script writers investing their money in script feedback services when they're often kept in the dark about who is reading their material and giving them "expert" notes.
John Heywood may have opined that many hands make light work, but, when all those hands are done he was mute on who’s supposed to get the credit. Christopher Schiller explores the concept of workshopping.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks to actor, producer, and director Alexander Nevsky about his action film, Black Rose and how parlayed his early days as a Russian bodybuilder into a career as a Hollywood action star.
Script sits down with David Rocchio of Stowe Story Labs and discovers a whole new path for screenwriting and filmmaking success... starting in rural Vermont.
Rachel Weisz and Roger Michell spoke to Script magazine about bringing this compelling tale, My Cousin Rachel, to life.
Claudia Johnson & Matt Stevens explore the best ways to find the right writing partner—sometimes the best partner is one who shares your DNA.
Beatriz at Dinner (written by Mike White, directed by Miguel Arteta) has all the elements that make for a scintillating evening -- until it doesn't. Paul Joseph Gulino shares tips on how to deliver what your audience wants.
Every writer struggles with juggling a day job and finding time to write. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman gives practical tips on how to map your day to make writing a priority.