History is always fascinating to revisit, even in the film industry. Bob Verini takes you back to 2002 when the Academy of Motion Pictures examined what some feel is their greatest blemish - the Hollywood Blacklist.
Manny Fonseca explores his beginnings in order to deeper explore finding his voice and why he writes (or doesn't write) the types of scripts he does.
Ken LaZebnik founded the Stephens College TV & Film Screenwriting MFA, a low residency program based in Hollywood, which develops new female writers.
Heather Hale challenges screenwriters to raise the bar and learn all they can about writing a TV series.
Why was there so little "diversity" in the Oscars awarded this year? Staton Rabin drills down into the diversity in Hollywood controversy, and comes up with surprising answers.
'Hand of God' creator Ben Watkins tells all about his path to as a writer, and how he sold this groundbreaking show to Amazon and got in on the air.
TV writer and Script Anatomy founder Tawnya Bhattacharya discusses the pros and cons of a writers groups and gives tips on forming your own.
Screenwriter Jose Prendes explores how when it comes to screenwriting success, the battle between dreams vs. reality rages in you!
In Hollywood, an Oscar guarantees career success. Or not. But it certainly changes the dynamics of meetings that happen the day after the famous awards.
Screenwriter and professor Brad Riddell's first in a series of columns about film school. Do you really need it?