Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan explain how artists make interesting, conflicted, dramatic characters for your stories as they create their art against challenges both internal and external.
The statistics on gender inequality in Hollywood films have an impact on youth all over the world. Julie Gray challenges screenwriters to make a difference.
Lift your script to next level. Hester Schell offers advice on table reads, basic differences between table reads and staged readings and where to find actors.
In "Studio Script Notes," Brian Caldirola humorously envisions the kinds of notes film executives could have (or maybe even did) given to some of cinema's masterpieces and/or most famous movies.
In this installment of YOUR TV GUIDE, TV writer/producer Tawnya Bhattacharya discusses the many facets of a good Why Now for your TV pilot.
Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan discuss how to put the love of death and destruction into your stories and characters for more drama.
Filmmaking wizard Michael Williams talks about his journey in bringing "Ozland" to the screen.
Julie Gray explores media literacy -- how a large number of people learn English by watching American movies. What is our role as writers in being a part of our human story and shaping global perspectives?
Shawn Tolleson had a spontaneous post-film screening Q&A and one big question overshadowed them all… How did you get that dang film into production?
Wendy Kram examines how great screenplay writing has in common strong character arcs, which chart the character's transformation from where he or she starts and where they wind up.