Dan Goforth talks with Writer-Director-Producer Michael Williams on how he got THE ATONING, his followup to OZLAND, into Redbox distribution.
Script caught up with Julie Holderman to discuss her recent win in the Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest. The contest is unique in that the writer takes a logline given by an industry insider, Don Murphy who produced the Transformers franchise as well as Natural Born Killers, and turns it into a unique screenplay in...
Paula Landry challenges filmmakers to take back the future. Or, perhaps a better way of putting it, is to claim the future – in Virtual Reality and 360 storytelling.
The phrase "award winner" is so often heard that we likely ignore it and seldom consider whether we are supposed to be impressed by the statement or not. Christopher Schiller's answer is, as always, it depends.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with filmmaker Brendan Muldowney about his new Irish adventure film, Pilgrimage, and how he broke into the business.
Claudia Johnson & Matt Stevens explore the best ways to find the right writing partner and the importance of conflict resolution with a co-writer.
Web series writer and director Joseph Ralko doesn’t remember a time when he wasn’t trading funny stories with friends and family at the dinner table.
Manny Fonseca shares further stories of run ins with scam artists. This time the deceptions hits a little close to home thanks to one "producer."
Despina Kartinis decided to do the world a totally unnecessary favor and dissect a bunch of rom-coms to see what the stink is. Nothing like rom-com analysis from a skeptic.
Dunkirk's non-chronological approach to the narrative, make it a unique viewing experience, but is it worth the view? Paul Gulino weighs in.