Writing a scene takes time. In the course of 10 years of development and scripting 'Defiance,' their take on the climax of the movie changed. The team shared the scene's journey with Script.
As one of the more prolific and emotionally literate writers working today, Christopher Hampton does not shy away from a character-arc challenge. Still, the intense dynamic between the principals—Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung—in 'A Dangerous Method' required him to push himself beyond his writing limits.
Bob Verini interviews writer-director Jonathan Hensleigh on how he transformed an incredible true story into a credible feature film - 'Kill the Irishman.'
Bob Verini interviews co-screenwriters of 'Beautiful Boy' on their inspiration for their script and making a movie based on a difficult subject.
Where’s the Gen-X Big Chill? Far from a full-out attempt at demographic summary, but putting in its two cents, is a new seriocomedy entitled The D Train...
Bob Verini interviews John McNaughton, the director of "The Harvest," discussing the script's development and bringing thrills to the screen through complex characters.
Bob Verini sits down with Xavier Dolan, screenwriter and filmmaker, to talk about the inception and process for latest film, 'Mommy.'
'Love is Strange' by director Ira Sachs and Mauricio Zacharias touches on questions that have always been important to older Americans.
Did you enjoy your Oscar® night? I sure did. There was a diffident air about the show that was most appealing to me, starting with the choice of Ellen just sort of roaming around, chatting with the rich and famous, and essentially taking a lot of the air out of all the weeks and...
Script Special Oscar Issue: The Screenplay Oscars, Part 1 – The Nominees The awards on March 2nd are without a doubt the most difficult to handicap in more than 20 decades. As a longtime Oscar® expert and prognosticator, I can tell you that so many races have all of us pundits scratching our heads....