Screenwriter David Paterson talks about how he adapted the novel, 'The Great Gilly Hopkins,' into a screenplay and then got it produced.
The incredible, tragic life of Christine Chubbuck—the Sarasota-based local newscaster who chose to end her life with an on-air gunshot—has now come to the screen, thanks to a remarkable screenplay by first-timer Craig Shilowich.
David Gould talks about breaking into the business as a special effects artist and how he used that to jump start his own career as a filmmaker.
Erin Cressida Wilson spoke with Script magazine, about bringing the gripping tale, The Girl on the Train, to life.
Hollywood screenwriting duo, the Wibberleys talk to Natalia Megas about revising scripts, dealing with rejection, and why they're helping other screenwriters succeed.
Screenwriter Edward Ricourt talks about breaking in as a screenwriter and his transition from feature film writing to television writing.
Screenwriter Ben Cresciman talks about his early career and how that lead him to writing and directing his latest indy thriller, Sun Choke.
At DePaul School of Cinematic Arts’ annual Courier 12 Screenwriting Conference, Matthew Quinn spoke with Oscar-winning screenwriter Tom Schulman about his career, advice to screenwriters, writers becoming directors and more.
Screenwriter and writing teacher, Corey Mandell, talks about breaking into T.V. and what type of spec script a writer should write to break in.
Cheryl Laughlin talks with Hush Money's Terrell Lamont about the ins and outs of screenwriting for microbudget films and how to make every scene work double time.