When sitting down to write a script, some aspiring screenwriters have an aversion to the actual writing part. Ray Morton explains how this aversion manifests on the page.
Stewart Farquhar opines how some “experienced” writers in our digital age either have never learned or have forgotten the function of dialogue. Learn how to write authentic, compelling dialogue.
Screenwriting advice can seem random, contradictory, even useless. Barri Evins gives guidance on which guidelines to listen to and those you should pretend you never heard.
Script’s feature gives aspiring scribes the chance to have their scenes evaluated by master screenwriters. Bill Kelly and Michael Seitzman give tips on elevating tension, characters and conflict.
Does your story deliver? Barri Evins’ pointers on how to ensure you don’t disappoint your reader or your audience by fulfilling the promise of your story.
Doug Richardson gives great tips for fixing bad dialogue and elevating your dialogue to a professional level.
Need help writing realistic dialogue? Paul Peditto describes an overheard dialogue exercise for screenwriting.
Consider me intrigued by faith-based screenwriting. How do you align real-life dialogue and tough character situations with family-based Christian films?
Paul Peditto discusses methods of deepening characters and character arcs.
Dave Trottier, AKA Dr. Format, discusses proper screenplay format when dealing with action and dialogue.