Filmmakers and writers Kevin Resnick and Rebecca Norris discuss the challenges of independent filmmaking and their new film 'Cloudy with a chance of Sunshine.'
Winter’s Bone writers Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini relied on the authentic voices and settings of the Ozarks to guide the adaptation of Daniel Woodrell’s “country noir” novel.
Marty Lang launches his new column, Alternate Routes, with advice to folks who want to work in film (as a writer or anything else), but who don’t have access to the industry’s traditional power centers.
'Nobody Knows Anything (except William Goldman)' is an upcoming documentary feature about two-time Academy Award-winning screenwriter, bestselling novelist, non-fiction author and playwright William Goldman.
Devorah Cutler-Rubenstein and Kristopher White give 21 tips on how to write great dialogue in your screenplays.
Kim Garland interviews writer/director Chris Sparling on his journey to getting his breakout film — BURIED — made and his thriving career today.
Director/Producer Dawn Fields lays out what you need to know for your movie to make the scene at film festivals!
In her new column, Rebecca Norris discusses beating the waiting game by self-producing or self-publishing your own writing.
Christopher Schiller discusses the legal and business-oriented aspects of crowdfunding fulfillment.
Don Cheadle and Steven Baigelman spoke to Script about their collaboration in bringing Davis’s life to the screen in 'Miles Ahead.'