Susan Kouguell shares ten tips on how to writing minor characters that elevate your overall story and remain memorable long after your script is read.
The most fundamental thing you need to master when becoming a screenwriter is screenplay formatting. Understanding the basics is crucial to selling your screenplays.
Entertainment Attorney Christopher Schiller explores the intricacies of creating characters, from legal rights to actor portrayals and more.
Pamela Jaye Smith and Monty Hayes McMillan gives tips on writing chivalric love to deeply engage your audience in the kind of romance that changes lives.
Sharpen your writing with Shark Secrets. A shark must keep swimming or it will sink to the bottom of the ocean. Barri Evins explains how story must move forward, or it will die.
Brad Johnson looks at the unreliable narrator in film, and how Fight Club is a perfect example of how to use this tool in your own screenplays.
Dave Trottier, AKA Dr. Format, answers the question, "Can you give me one good reason why I shouldn’t include camera directions for screenplays?
Susan Kouguell gives her top 10 tips for creating winning characters in your screenplays that will get executives to champion your project.
Clive Davies-Frayne second article about originality by saying that moral dilemmas should be the heart of screenwriting, rather than reverse-engineered rules.
WGA writer Michael Tabb illustrates and analyses the use of multiple mentor characters in a single screenplay.