Will Rokos and Milo Addica share the long, challenging journey of getting 'Monster's Ball' from script to screen. It takes much more than a great script.
When creating dynamic characters, try writing from the inside out: A character’s three fundamental dimensions (physiology, sociology and psychology) on the page are necessary for an actor to then create a textured performance on the screen.
Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan show how bringing love of land aspect into your stories, you can deepen your characters and give them even more to care about, fear to lose, fight and even die for.
Take your pick of the metaphor you like to use when describing the spec market and the writer’s role in it... Click here to read more.
Rewriting a screenplay can be daunting, but Marilyn Horowitz offers help with her three screenplay rewrite tips to get your script into the market faster.
The professionalism of the writers, in terms of how they take script notes should be matched by an equal level of professionalism from those handing those notes out.
Drew Yanno explains how the trend among writers has been to show more white space in their description and gives tips of how to accomplish a fast read.
When it comes to the Art of the Rewrite, allow me to give you some practical examples from films you may have seen. Click here to read more...
Doug Richardson continues his story of his research of franchise characters in Part 2 of his tale as a tag-along cop.
Ray Morton lays out the essential elements of the most important component of a film narrative following its structure: the Protagonist.