Clive Davies-Frayne second article about originality by saying that moral dilemmas should be the heart of screenwriting, rather than reverse-engineered rules.
Danny Manus explains how the god-like power of the screenwriter demands building your world of your script in an original and compelling way.
In his second "Should I Go To Film School" column, screenwriter and professor Brad Riddell discusses how to decide on a film school degree.
Yvonne Grace discusses character development in the television series narrative and how a multi-layered character enhances and complicates a strong TV drama.
Brad Johnson looks at the meet cute and how to best use it in your next romantic comedy using Bridget Jones's Diary as an example...
Screenwriter and professor Brad Riddell's first in a series of columns about film school. Do you really need it?
Great screenplay writing has characters that strike a universal core with their audience and allow us to feel empathy.
At Various times in our lives we all suffer from some sort of Adapt-A-Phobia. Today, information flies at us so fast we are overwhelmed with the data.
Drew Yanno discusses how today’s screenwriter has to not only consider technology when thinking about their movie’s premise, but it has to be taken into account in every scene along the way.
Wendy Kram explains how great screenplay writing, as evidenced by 2015 Oscar winning films, Birdman, Whiplash, Theory of Everything, all had protagonists with powerful desires.