Getting your script ripped apart can be heartbreaking. Vicky Hinault gives 6 tips for dealing with honest feedback.
Most writers create a pitch after their script is written, but Anne-Cecille Ville shares that learning how to pitch your story before you even outline it can help you find the flaws and bang out a more solid draft.
Aarthi Ramanathan shares eight fun tips for creative procrastination to ignite your inner writing muse.
Despina Karintis shares her struggles with self-doubt as a writer and how to overcome those barriers to create your art and achieve your goals.
There is a growing realization of how polarizing people’s viewpoints are across the country. Heather Taylor explores how we can create films in that post-truth environment.
Screenplay competition winner Amanda Parham shares eleven ways that screen and television writers can capitalize on a screenplay contest win or placement.
Great scripts start with great ideas. Sabina Giado explains how lists can be the best way to snare that great concept.
A common gripe among a lot of actresses is that they don’t find many strong female roles in the scripts they’re given, and so sometimes they seek out roles written for men. Cameron Chapman gives tips on writing compelling female characters.
Natlia Megas interviews screenwriter and director Lukas Hassel, who discusses writing and film festival advice, as well as insights on what writers do wrong.
Natalia Megas speaks with filmmakers of the biopic, Journey Is the Destination, about the life and premature death of photojournalist Dan Eldon.