Show, don’t tell is one of the classic adages about writing. But what does it really mean? Ross Brown explains how what the character does defines them more powerfully than what they say.
Whenever you set writing goals, ask yourself what you want out of achieving that goal. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares lessons learned when striving toward a goal.
Pretend you're Pixar by applying their successful philosophy and practices to fast track your own creative process and elevate your scripts.
Nothing should be placed in the script unless it has some kind of meaning, somehow furthering the characters or the story. David Landau explains how to use a set-up and payoff to elevate your audience's experience.
Dave Trottier, AKA Dr. Format, demonstrates how to make your script a faster read and keep executives turning the page! Learn better ways to write character description and action in your screenplay.
Two of the most misunderstood positions in the film industry are script supervisor and script coordinator. Roe Moore provides insight for writers on what to expect when a script goes into production.
Tim Long discusses the importance of executing your story on the page.
Writer/Director Heather Taylor explains the three versions of a film: the one you write, the one you direct and the one you edit. Rewriting is inevitable.
Manny Fonseca talks about the tragedy that strikes his writing partner, Cheryl Diffin, before they have the chance to write their horror script, Whittier.