Paul Peditto examines (the lack of) plausibility in some famous movies.
For a new take on Joseph Campbell and the Hero's Journey, Michael Lee explores how it is handled in the videogame Journey.
Stewart Farquhar continues his exploration of story structure and how to push aside formulaic rules and find an organic, more-compelling story.
Drew Yanno discusses the ins and outs of writing the buddy picture.
Steve Kaire gives simple advice on learning how to structure your screenplay like a pro.
Paul Peditto discusses a few of his least favorite things found in screenplays including parentheticals and adjectives.
Steve Cuden shares an excerpt that's just a mere smidgeon of what you’ll find in his book, 'Beating Hollywood.' Meet Steve in person at The Writers Store on Saturday, May 21, 2016, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m (FREE Event).
What is the “first act”? It’s often referred to as the setup. Set up of what? Paul Joseph Gulino examines the first act of '10 Cloverfield Lane.'
Michael Lee answers the question what can screenwriters learn from video games and video game design? Are the industries really too different from one another?
Stewart Farqhuar discusses the sequence approach to story structure in the third installment of his Aristotle series.