Filmmaker Ira Sachs (Love is Strange) interviewed writer and director Andrea Arnold at the Tribeca Talks series at the Tribeca Film Festival.
When you consider screenplay submissions, are you thinking your screenplay “is good enough” OR “I can’t look at it anymore, I’ll just send it out”?
Susan Kouguell explains how writing for animation follows the same basic rules of live-action screenwriting, but the attention screenwriters must focus on are world-building and effectively using visual storytelling.
Films such as Home for the Holidays , Home Alone, Love Actually, and It’s a Wonderful Life share universal and relatable family issues and relationships. Susan Kouguell gives tips on how to elevate your characters.
Susan Kouguell gives query letter tips to unlock the gates of Hollywood and get your projects noticed.
Regardless of the genre you’re writing in, familial relationships should be conveyed with poignancy and depth. Susan Kouguell gives tips on writing about family relationships.
Susan Kouguell explains why taking the extra step of writing character biographies is helpful to your story and offers tips on how to make the most of the exercise.
Susan Kouguell gives important tips on how to write music documentary films in an authentic and compelling way.
Your script is done, now what? Susan Kouguell gives the top tips every screenwriter needs to know before submitting a screenplay.
Susan Kouguell shares ten tips on how to writing minor characters that elevate your overall story and remain memorable long after your script is read.