Screenwriters Noam Dromi and Karen Janszen discuss the process of bringing the family friendly Dolphin Tale to the screen.
Throughout my career, I routinely wrote without anyone’s feedback other than the occasional editor. Writing a screenplay demands collaboration. Because the screenplay is an adaptation of a memoir, voiceover seemed a logical device to me, but one of the readers objected, explaining that voiceover told him what to think and he...
For those nonfiction writers or directors who say they simply document reality and then present it, I say rubbish. Everyone has a point of view, and it comes into play through what you decide to shoot, who you decide to interview, and what makes the final cut.
Thrice Emmy®-nominated for his work on SNL, Kent Sublette knows comedy writing. But in his feature Lucky, starring Colin Hanks and Jeffrey Tambor, Sublette's humor goes dark.
Bi-coastal writing team Josh Shelov and Michael Jaeger turned their preschool pressures into a grown-up farce starring Amy Sedaris and Neil Patrick Harris. Here, the duo discuss how they constructed The Best and the Brightest.
Scribes Gwyn Lurie and Gary Marks discuss their experience writing the new heartfelt drama The Music Never Stopped, a touching story of a father who struggles to bond with his estranged, and ill, son through the power of music.
For this Writers on Writing installment, Stevan Mena (right) writes about his latest film Bereavement and his approach to writing horror.
Ian Deitchman and Kristin Rusk Robinson write about how they developed their script for the film Life As We Know It.