You’ve got the idea for what the story might be. You’ve also got, most likely, some or all of the characters populating this world already in your mind. Paul Peditto suggests writing out Character Biographies.
How does one get an agent at a big time agency, and how do you fall out of love with that same guy just a few years later? Hold on now, next stop 1995.
So many screenwriters place soooo much importance on screenwriting contests, getting optioned, or even making the movie itself. Screenwriting is full of... desperation. Have you ever stopped to ask why it’s so important that you make your movie?
That fab career in screenwriting has not arrived. Is your blind belief in your abilities just delusion? Paul Peditto shares some screenwriting traps to avoid.
Paul Peditto offers strategies to help you with character development, down and dirty, Meetup.Com-style. Straight-forward character fixes guaranteed to elevate your story.
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.
Paul Peditto outlines the preparation process of making a micro-budget film.
Need help writing realistic dialogue? Paul Peditto describes an overheard dialogue exercise for screenwriting.
Paul Peditto discusses the making of 'Jane Doe' (Part 3).
Paul Peditto discusses methods of deepening characters and character arcs.