The third entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe introduced Whiplash played by Mickey Rourke. But how does he fit the film and the overall series?
Diversity in film. It needs to be more than the latest fad. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares her personal story writing a black film as a white writer and encourages you to step outside of your comfort zone in writing and in life.
One of the biggest challenges in screenwriting is revealing character to the audience. Drew Yanno explains portraying character smartly goes a long way toward the audience identifying with and/or understanding a particular character in the story.
Michael Lee explains how Marvel's second entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe demonstrates the strengths of the studio's approach to movies and some of its weaknesses.
Seed&Spark challenges our community of artists to stop paying lip service to the diversity issue in films and start creating projects with talent, both above and below the line, that represent our wonderfully diverse world.
Tim Long discusses the importance of executing your story on the page.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase One reaches its conclusion with 'The Avengers'. Marvel Studios brings back an old friend in Loki the God of Mischief.
In the past decade or so, movies have become enamored of backstory. Ray Morton explains the art of revealing backstory without excessive prologues or flashbacks.
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. Michael Lee gives you part 2 of Analyzing the Marvel Supervillains.
If you're looking to get a screenplay of yours made, Marty Lang proposes you try something you probably haven't done before: Write your script in reverse.