Producer and actress Kaily Smith Westbrook discusses her new millennial comedy, People You May Know, how she developed the story and found a writer.
When analyzing a script, Ray Morton focuses on five key components and then asks one essential question. In part one, he discusses the first three key components.
Frida scribe Diane Lake traveled all the way to Mexico City to encounter firsthand the emotions, thoughts and sights that her heroine experienced. Based on her research and Hayden Herrera’s biography, Lake was able to bring Frida Kahlo to life on the big screen.
Paul Peditto examines famous movies with great character arcs to explore where the character arc begins, where does the character change, and where does he/she end up by the end of the story.
Rebecca Norris interviews Ian Brown, creator of The Bruvs - an animated web series for adults only that's a little rude, crude, and definitely hilarious.
Screenwriting Career Coach and founder of the CBS Diversity Institute Writers Mentoring Program, Carole Kirschner, discusses getting an agent and breaking in as a television writer.
Writer/Director Aaron Sorkin spoke with Script magazine about bringing the unusual story of Molly's Game to the screen in his directorial debut.
Susan Kouguell speaks with Tatiana S. Riegel, the editor of I, Tonya, about the challenges of balancing the film’s complex moving parts, setting a pace for the ambitious story while giving both the drama and the humor room to shine.
Whenever you set writing goals, ask yourself what you want out of achieving that goal. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares lessons learned when striving toward a goal.
Northrup Davis examines the growing influence of Japanese manga and anime in Hollywood and the opportunities the global medium presents to creative minds looking to start a career in film or television.