First-time screenwriter Ziggy Darwish digs into an honest conversation between three soldiers - an Arab, Jew and American - in the dark comedy, 'Bordering on Bad Behavior.'
Andrew Bujalski spoke to Script at the InterContinental Hotel Stephen F. Austin in Austin, Tex. during the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival.
It’s a common refrain in the industry, if you’re looking to produce a low-budget film with the highest potential of success (or at least a good return on investment), go the horror route. That’s exactly what former studio executive turned writer/director David Jung did. Getting his start working crew for six...
Script interviews the writers of 'Fort Tilden,' the hipster buddy comedy that won the SXSW Film Festival grand jury prize for narrative feature.
Obsessive love and the search for perfection are examined in the Australian filmmaker's feature debut. Script Magazine sits down with Hugh Sullivan, the writer of 'The Infinite Man.'
The 'Community' creator, Dan Harmon, gets personal in a revealing new documentary directed by Neil Berkeley.
One of Variety's "Screenwriters to Watch" in 2013, Dodge discusses his on-the-job education working at a studio, Jason Bateman's directorial prowess and hustling to get recognized.
To tackle the immense, cutting edge topic of social networking for the writer, we needed to call in a panel of experts… in a round table discussion set in a cool 3D environment, our three esteemed guests were Jeanne Veillette Bowerman and Jamie Livingston of #Scriptchat, and Joshua Stecker of Script...