Paula Landry gives tips on creating a one-pager, often called a "leave behind," allowing you to better share your screenplay pitch with executives.
With more writers making the move from desk chair to director’s chair, the question on many a scribe’s mind becomes when stepping behind the camera: How can I do it, too?
Film critic, filmmaker, and radio host Mike Sargent interviews award-winning writer Trey Ellis on his life-changing experiences of making the Martin Luther King HBO documentary, King in the Wilderness.
Since writing now happens in the digital world, we can actually create new screenwriting practices that don't focus on print. Marty Lang explores how incorporating digital technology in screenplays could dramatically change collaboration and filmmaking.
Script Magazine's Dan Goforth talked with one half of The Erwin Brothers, writer-director Jon Erwin, about making the movie "I Can Only Imagine" from a Billboard hit song.
Paula Landry discusses the importance of learning the details of film scheduling and budgeting to elevate your writing.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller explains the intricacies of packaging a film... as well as the dilemmas.
Dan Goforth speaks with Jon Erwin about this unique odyssey centered around one of the world's most iconic movie stars: Steve McQueen.
Great screenplay writing has strongly defined characters that attract financiers, studios, actors, and directors. Wendy Kram gives advice on creating memorable characters.
If you missed the Napa Film Fest, Cheryl Laughlin shares what films screenwriters and film lovers should be on the lookout for. Plus, see why you should meet your film idols.