With so many films adapted from intellectual property, at some point in your screenwriting career you'll find yourself writing an adaptation. Having adapted books, comics and true stories, Mario O. Moreno shares several essential techniques for writing adaptations.
Andrew Bloomenthal discusses the timely and compelling film, A Kid Like Jake, with screenwriter Daniel Pearle, and one of the film's stars, Claire Danes.
Oscar-nominated screenwriters Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber speak with Script about peeling back the layers of the unique story-within-a-story that is The Disaster Artist.
Paul Peditto shares the process of how the screenplay came to be for Muhammad Bayazid's The Tunnel and his amazing journey to make this film.
Tom Ford, writer and director of A Single Man and Nocturnal Animals, discusses his journey from fashion designer to filmmaker and the adaptation process.
Brian Selznick discusses the excitement that ensued during the writing of Wonderstruck, his past experiences with working with the creative minds behind Wonderstruck and his previous success, Hugo.
With Hollywood's love of adapting intellectual property, Marty Lang discusses the hundreds of years worth of stories that anyone can use without paying a dime. They live in what's called the public domain.
Susan Kouguell speaks with Marshall Executive Producer Chris Bongirne and screenwriters Michael and Jake Koskoff.
Jay Thornton explains how screenwriters must be storytellers who master multiple mediums. Dive in for Jason's novel writing tips for screenwriters.
At the New York Film Festival press conference, film critic Amy Taubin interviewed Dee Rees and her Mudbound ensemble cast.