Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Ex-British Elite Special Forces operative, Duncan Falconer, about how he was able to get his action novel turned into the feature film, Stratton.
VCFA MFA in Film Assistant Director Aja Zoecklein interviews Annie Howell and Lisa Robinson about their writing process, character development, and more.
If you missed the Napa Film Fest, Cheryl Laughlin shares what films screenwriters and film lovers should be on the lookout for. Plus, see why you should meet your film idols.
What will elevate your concept above the randomness of coincidence is how you make that situation ironic. Phil Parker gives tips on tackling irony in your story concept long before the rewrite.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with filmmaker and podcaster Alex Ferrari about his latest indy film, This Is Meg.
Freelance writer Erik Miller takes readers on a tour through the real-life drama of a film intern, and advocates that such an experience is essential to the screenwriter’s complete understanding of the craft.
Barri Evins vanquishes logline fears with the secrets to crafting loglines that stand up to industry scrutiny and entices people to read your story.
Likability alone will not make your protagonist appealing. But, never fear. Staton Rabin shares specific techniques you can learn for making your heroes engaging.
Writer/Producer Bob Farkas shares his inspiring story of living outside of Hollywood, starting screenwriting late in life, and getting his recent film, Crazy Famous, produced.
Script Anatomy founder and instructor Tawnya Bhattacharya shares tips for setting new years writing resolutions worth keeping.