Jacob Krueger using There Will Be Blood to demonstrate when you externalize the internal struggle, what it actually does, is it allows the movie to play in your reader’s mind while they read.
The biggest problem many screenwriters who have trouble with is writing great action sequences. Glenn Benest gives tips to grab your reader.
Writer/director Eva Husson spoke to Script magazine about her scintillating film, 'Bang Gang: A Modern Love Story.'
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.
We all want, need, crave validation. But when it comes to script coverage or a professional consult, expect some criticism. Be eager for it. In fact, be grateful. That’s where you’ll learn.
The antagonist is arguably the most complex and fascinating character. Script analyst, Kayley Loveridge, explains how to create the perfect engaging and complex antagonist.
Alfred Hitchcock is the master of suspense. But is he being misunderstood by critics and writers? Take a closer look at what he really said about the famous ticking bomb.
'Morris from America' and 'Little Men' are two poignant coming-of-age stories, centering on 13-year-old male teens thrown into a fish-out-of-water situation by their fathers.
With a large movement away from three-act screenplay structure, Drew Yanno offers why he thinks that shift exists and what the real rebellion is all about.
Christopher Schiller gives the capital definitions of LGBTQ to demonstrate how complex the issues really are, and explores the societal and legal issues involved in creating characters.