Fauda is a TV series streaming on Netflix. The Decider has compared it to The Wire. It attempts to become the new Homeland. But does it succeed? Sammy Montana weighs in with his verdict.
Screenwriter Marty Lang interviews John Kelley, who has a successful screenwriting career living outside of Los Angeles.
Danny Manus gives insight into what screenwriting contest judges are looking for when they read and why, perhaps, your script has been a consummate quarter-finalist or semifinalist, instead of a winner.
Are you a writer who hoards information in your scripts-- the way some people save those silver wrappings from chewing gum? If so, you need to follow “The Five Minute Rule”!
Script Editor Hayley McKenzie gives a handy guide to the psychology of stress to help really put your characters through the ringer.
For over 10 years, Final Draft, Inc.'s Big Break™ screenwriting contest has been one of the most exciting events in Hollywood for up-and-coming writers. From a group of 2011 entrants emerged screenwriters Matthew Gayne and Paul Gavin. Both recently signed with manager Michael Kuciak (Samurai MK).
How do the scares measure up in Paranormal Activity 3? George "El Guapo" Roush provides a real-time review of the prequel to the prequel to the sequel. (Some scares are revealed herein.)
Conspiracy theories, anyone? If you're writing a screenplay about a secret conspiracy, here are script analyst Staton Rabin's hot tips for making it credible.
More screenwriting misconceptions cleared up by Steve Kaire.