Paul Chitlik, professional screenwriter and author on the subject, fields a question about writing effective description in your screenplay.
Pamela Jaye Smith and Monty Hayes McMillan explain how to write, direct, and shoot believable warriors and relationships.
Tawnya Bhattacharya shares tips on the basics of adaptation and working with source material.
Producer and premier script consultant, Wendy Kram L.A. FOR HIRE, provides essential ingredients to screenwriters for writing great dialogue.
Believing in a project and pursuing it versus when you should let go of a script idea that you have, or indeed walk away from an idea or a project that isn’t working...
Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan show how bringing love of land aspect into your stories, you can deepen your characters and give them even more to care about, fear to lose, fight and even die for.
The Protagonist can have friends, sure. But unless that friendship itself is integral to the plot or to that character’s development, it doesn’t qualify as a BFF story.
Love of animals can reveal character, help create emotion and character arcs. Animals can add charm, loyalty, and a different point of view to your story.
Wendy Kram explains how great screenplay writing has dialogue that is authentic and filled with subtext as opposed to exposition.
Great screenplay writing has strongly defined characters that attract financiers, studios, actors, and directors. Wendy Kram gives advice on creating characters.