As a devoted writer, there are few people for whom I would interrupt my sacred “designated for writing” day, but when I had the opportunity to speak with Ava DuVernay, I pushed my script aside and enthusiastically dialed the phone, praying my recorder wouldn’t miss a word. Why? Because Ava represents everything I believe in [...]
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Meet Jason Fuchs, screenwriter of Ice Age: Continental Drift. Fuchs has more under his belt than the sequel to a giant box-office hit, he’s also an actor, producer, and screenwriter with more projects in development. My guess is he made a pact with the Devil, as at the mere age of 26, has accomplished more [...]
A working-class kid from Baltimore, who became interested in the art of puppeteering at the age of 10, Kevin Clash has developed a furry character who rivals even Kermit the Frog in popularity. Script sat down with Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey’s co-writer Philip Shane to talk about the popular Muppet and the talent behind him.
One thing Jeanne Veillette Bowerman has learned over the years is a single plan is never enough.
All the secrets you need to get your script read by industry insiders. All the tricks and tips in existence, from a former manager who knows what works and worked on him.
Script contributor, William Martell, chronicles his second day of fun at the 2010 American Film Market.
I’m not saying every screenwriter must live in Los Angeles. I’m saying every TELEVISION writer must live in Los Angeles. Until you bite the bullet and move, you WILL NOT BREAK INTO TV.
The Taqwacores explores the battle many young people have when embracing American culture while trying to hold onto the expectations of their ancestors. Script sat down with co-writer and director, Eyad Zahra to find out how he navigated the delicate world of old versus new.