Does your logline leave us hungry for more? Barri Evins' recipe for creating a satisfying logline that entices story-hungry readers to devour your script.
Does a hero always have to be likeable and noble? Jon James Miller explores the evolution of a complicated, ever-evolving protagonist.
Characters are engines that drive ideas into story. Each of the five major character types plays a specific role in that process. First is THE PROTAGONIST.
How does a script work structurally when there seems to be two central characters? Michael Tabb explains how to determine who is the hero.
Ivo Raza is an independent filmmaker. His award-winning films have played at dozens of festivals. Visit his website for more information. If you’re like most screenwriters, you’ve probably read a handful of books on the topic (if not a box-full). And you might have noticed that most preach a variation of...