You’ve decided you're interested in becoming a screenwriter. But what if you have no idea where to start? Where do you look for answers?
In Formatting: A Bit of History, Hester Schell introduces readers to where screenwriting standards evolved, including examples and further reading.
WGA writer shares how he goes from zero to story without ever incurring writer's block. During these articles, he explains premise, genre, and structure.
In many cases a Wrylie is an essential part of the novice scriptwriter’s toolbox and is used as a means to make their characters and story understood. Stewart Farquhar explains.