ScriptMag is thrilled to announce Julie Gray of Just Effing Entertain Me will be writing a regular column dedicated to answering your screenwriting questions! Introducing ‘Just Effing Ask Julie Gray’, where you can email your questions to Julie directly! The Director of the Just Effing Entertain Me Screenwriting Competition, Julie Gray also writes for The [...]
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Vanessa Parise is an actress, writer and director. Her films Kiss the Bride and Jack and Jill vs. the World hit the indie world with a bang, but what she really wanted to do was get a TV show on the air. And finally, this pilot season, that dream became a possibility when her spec [...]
Says Take Me Home writer-director-star Sam Jaeger, “So often, as writers, we get into the structure of things, and it’s all well and good, but a lot of times it’s nice just to write passionately.” Find out what made him passionate about this homegrown, fest-winning project.
Screenwriter David Horton’s life just got a whole lot better. Thanks to ScriptXpert, Final Draft’s screenwriting consultation service. Horton contracted the service to review and give notes on his spec script, 59 Days. This made Horton’s script automatically eligible for the quarterly Reader’s Choice Award. And he won.
Michael Hoffman explains to Script his adaption process of The Last Station by Jay Parini.
Script caught up with co-writer and director Jacques Audiard, co-writer Thomas Bidegain, and star Tahar Rahim to talk about their contributions to the movie that recently caught the Academy’s attention.
You don’t have to play ball like a man to make a great play in Hollywood. That’s the unspoken motto of Ava Jamshidi, literary agent at ICM. Script sits down with Jamshidi to learn what makes her stand out, apart from her gender.
The Deal. The Queen. The Last King of Scotland. The Other Boleyn Girl. And now, The Damned United: If it’s a film about a larger-than-life politico with crisp dialogue, sharp characterization, and scenes that zing, odds are the screenplay is the work of Peter Morgan (whose credits also include Longford and Frost/Nixon). Morgan’s most recent historical drama, The Damned United (adapted from [...]