Jacob Krueger discusses how tone does not begin with trying to be funny or trying to be sad, or trying to be dramatic, or trying to be melodramatic, or trying to make the audience cry or trying to do anything.
It took Marvel four movies but finally we come to the supervillain that set the standard for the MCU. Loki god of mischief makes his debut in Thor.
Writing a scene takes time. In the course of 10 years of development and scripting 'Defiance,' their take on the climax of the movie changed. The team shared the scene's journey with Script.
Michael Giampa delves into the trials and tribulations of a struggling screenwriter, and explains the valuable lessons learned that can prepare someone for a career in the industry.
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Have you ever been told that your script scenes lack energy? Excitement? If your script scenes are falling flat, Alex Bloom has a great way of fixing it.
Paul Peditto discusses collaboration and how disagreeing is sometimes a good thing.
Most screenwriters find themselves in the word-expanding position of writing a short script into a fleshed out, feature-length script. But Cheryl Laughlin had to do it backwards.
Jacob Krueger discusses a valuable lesson, whether you’re writing an art film, like The Tree of Life, or are simply in an early draft of a more linear story, exploring alternate forms of structure is important.