Sometimes we cling to a project because we don’t want to admit we were wrong, or the idea isn’t good enough. We try to force that square peg into a round hole. No matter how much we shove, it’ll never fit.
The Coronet Writers Lab is as notable for its intimacy and focused attention as it is for the successes of its members. As an actor, produced playwright and screenwriter, and educator, moderator T. Jay O'Brien could simply focus on building his own resume. Fortunately, his passion for bolstering new talent, complemented...
To really push this script up the hill, we needed a stronger lead. So today, I sat down with colored index cards and spread them around my gigantic dining room table. No one is allowed to eat until I’m done. Social services will be here any minute, I’m sure.
At Passover Seder, the youngest child in attendance has the responsibility of asking pertinent questions about the holiday. Jacob Krueger suggests that, when it comes to your script, asking and answering just one question can help you avoid cliché.
Let's be plain: Writing, revising, refining, polishing, re-revising your screenplay is an often arduous process. Keeping your eye on the prize -- and Jeanne Veillette Bowerman's 10 tips -- can help you focus.