What happens when your film becomes a surprise hit, and the inevitable order for a sequel comes down? Writer Thunder Levin explains.
The Writing of Crash. We started with the end of Act Two, with an epiphany—a horrible realization—and asked, what do you do about it? Click here for more...
Ronald Shusett, co-writer of 'Alien,' shares invaluable tips on adding suspense to your screenplays, elevating the quality to get a better shot at being greenlit.
Script sits down with writer/director Maureen Bharoocha whose screenplay Mornie was a semifinalist in the Sundance Writers Workshop. She wrote and directed a physiological thriller which is set to air on the Lifetime Network on August 29th.
Script Magazine chats with screenwriter Tim Talbott about 'Stanford Prison Experiment,' his extensive research, rewrite strategies and navigating a beast of a project that took decades to get made.
Script Magazine follows up with Brian Godawa to see how the past 12 years have treated him and his screenwriting career. We caught up on all things writing and the unexpected turn his career has taken.
Screenwriter Brian Godawa shares his journey from page to screen, earning him his first writing credit for the film 'To End All Wars.'
Carl Ellsworth shares his experience on the set of 'Red Eye.' Sometimes being a writer is akin to being a script medic, breathing life into your story under pressure.
Courtney Hunt, writer and director of the 2008 Sundance Grand Jury-winning film Frozen River, shares her experience writing her Oscar-nominated script.