Josh Heald, screenwriter of 'Hot Tub Time Machine,' gives advice on how to go from wannabe to working writer.
Rob Letterman, screenwriter of 'Shark Tale,' discusses the difference is between writing for animation and writing for live-action.
As one of the more prolific and emotionally literate writers working today, Christopher Hampton does not shy away from a character-arc challenge. Still, the intense dynamic between the principals—Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung—in 'A Dangerous Method' required him to push himself beyond his writing limits.
Script interviews David Kajganich, screenwriter of 'A Bigger Splash' about writing the film and all things screenwriting.
Award-winning team, Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, discuss the evolution of adapting 'Love and Other Drugs' for the screen.
Script talks with screenwriters Jon Cohen and Oscar®-nominee Scott Frank about writing 'Minority Report,' being rewritten, working with Steven Spielberg, adaptation and more.
"I wasn’t setting out to tell my story or any memoir; I was trying to capture a feeling, an experience, a moment in time." Dito Montiel takes us behind the scenes of his Sundance-winnning film, 'A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.'
Writer of 'The Danish Girl,' Lucinda Coxon, shares her insights on being both a playwright and a screenwriter as well as how she navigates the challenges of the film industry.
These two comedy writers exercised the freedom of expressing their fully outrageous selves in 'Wedding Crashers." Click here to read the article...
I was still learning my craft, studying the greats, and making mistakes. In short, educating myself. Get Low was my enrollment into the graduate program.