Rachel Weisz and Roger Michell spoke to Script magazine about bringing this compelling tale, My Cousin Rachel, to life.
How does a historian become a screenwriter you ask? Alex von Tunzelmann, a London-based historian, explains the challenges of writing her first feature film, 'Churchill.'
Danielle Katvan describes the challenges she faced making 'The Foster Portfolio, from obtaining the rights to the Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. short story, to directing this period piece on a low budget.
Author of 'Hidden Figures' book, Margot Lee Shetterly, was interviewed by the students attending Aurora Frontier K-8 school in Aurora. Roe Moore shares the students' questions about adaptation and writing true stories.
Ray Morton sits down with playwright and screenwriter David Lindsay-Abaire as he details the feature-film adaptation of his Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Rabbit Hole' and why he had to re-imagine the stageplay almost entirely to turn it into a movie.
After his script Whittier fell apart, Manny Fonseca spent December 2015 focusing on another project: writing a book. This is the story of BURST!
Writer Christina Campbell gives advice on adapting source material into a screenplay. Learn from her mistakes before you take on an adaptation of your own!
Erin Cressida Wilson spoke with Script magazine, about bringing the gripping tale, The Girl on the Train, to life.
The evolution of the screenplay for Spiderman and the many changes that the characters underwent before emerging on the big screen are fascinating ... and a useful study in development for any screenwriter.
With so many comic book adaptations out there it's time to seriously re-examine the supervillain and discover how best to use them in our stories.