With Hollywood's love of adapting intellectual property, Marty Lang discusses the hundreds of years worth of stories that anyone can use without paying a dime. They live in what's called the public domain.
The Academy's historian and host of Turner Classic Movies, Robert Osborne, lends insight into the selection of best screenplay winners, past and present.
Oscar-nominated screenwriter Luke Davies discusses the challenges of adapting LION, how they chose what real-life events to keep, what to lose, and much more!
Staton Rabin's blog drilled down into the shortage of "diversity" in Hollywood movies. In Part 2, she tells you what you as a writer can do about it.
Why was there so little "diversity" in the Oscars awarded this year? Staton Rabin drills down into the diversity in Hollywood controversy, and comes up with surprising answers.
No matter where you live, if you write or make movies, you are part of a tradition of Hollywood glamour and greatness. Honor it, own it, make the future.
Kevin Delin explores if Ava DuVernay, director of Selma, missed an opportunity to educate through art and lost an Oscar nomination in the process.
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...
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...