Barri Evins vanquishes logline fears with the secrets to crafting loglines that stand up to industry scrutiny and entices people to read your story.
Paul Peditto examines famous movies with great character arcs to explore where the character arc begins, where does the character change, and where does he/she end up by the end of the story.
A reader asks Dave Trottier, AKA Dr. Format, about the story goal and opposition in the film 'Good Will Hunting.'
Paul Peditto discusses methods of deepening characters and character arcs.
Does every film have or need a character arc? What can you use in place of a character arc? Michael Lee explains.
Wendy Kram examines how great screenplay writing has in common strong character arcs, which chart the character's transformation from where he or she starts and where they wind up.
Drew Yanno explores one of the most effective ways to show your main character arc in the first and last pages of our script.
How does a script work structurally when there seems to be two central characters? Michael Tabb explains how to determine who is the hero.
[Based on Pamela’s book for screenwriters, directors, actors, and designers Inner Drives: Create Characters Using the 8 Centers of Motivation (chakras) published by Michael Wiese Productions and available at The Writers Store.] ***** Every protagonist and some antagonists need to go on a journey, to have a Character Arc. This is...