You’ve worked on your script for months or maybe even years, and you finally label your script done. Ray Morton answers, "So what do you do now?"
Script reader Ray Morton discusses the challenges of attaching actors to scripts with film industry executive Christopher Lockhart who shares practical reasons why an actor may choose a particular role.
Professional script reader Ray Morton details what a script consultant does for a writer and what a writer should never expect from a consultant. Learn the down-low of hiring a reader.
For screenwriters, the dawning of 2016 is a chance to finally get started on that script you’ve been meaning to write for a long time; to return to that project you shelved a while back; to learn some new skills; and to try some new things.
Based on Ray Morton's observations in and around the screenwriting business, he's identified ten things a spec script must do in order to be successful.
Ray Morton lays out the essential elements of the most important component of a film narrative following its structure: the Protagonist.
Script brings you behind the scenes to get to know our family of contributors on a more personal level. Meet senior contributor Ray Morton, author of Meet the Reader.
A writer's first screenplay is typically not written well. Professional script reader Ray Morton gives advice on how to write a screenplay that's got a chance at success.
When writing and presenting your spec script, you want to be sure to avoid doing anything that might undermine its salability or peg you as an amateur. Ray Morton gives you insights into making your spec shine.
Ray Morton offers some random notes on spec scripts from the perspective of a screenwriting contest judge.