With a budget of $40,000, Deborah Pearl booked a swanky hotel room for five days in Los Angeles with two famous Hollywood film stars and thirty onlookers.
The Academy's historian and host of Turner Classic Movies, Robert Osborne, lends insight into the selection of best screenplay winners, past and present.
Story ideas that are high concept are key. But Jon James Miller explains how executing a high-concept screenplay is harder than you think.
Rona Edwards elaborates on her film festival advice, helping you sift through the thousands of film festivals out there to know where your film belongs.
Change is a part of a writer's life. Doug Richardson bids farewell to his screenwriting blog for a new writing adventure!
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Chris von Hoffman about the early days of his career making short films and how that eventually lead him to his first feature film, 'Drifter.'
Ray Morton explores the many flaws in the movie, Passengers, coming up with a much more compelling execution plan for the original premise.
Psychotherapist Dr. Donna Dannenfelser shows you how to develop well-thought-out psychological biographies for your characters to get your TV pilot on the air.
Writer Kelly Jo Brick gives practical advice to heed before and after you move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.
Taking notes is an art. Paul Peditto gives tips on how to take screenplay notes like a pro to improve your story and increase your odds of success.