'Nobody Knows Anything (except William Goldman)' is an upcoming documentary feature about two-time Academy Award-winning screenwriter, bestselling novelist, non-fiction author and playwright William Goldman.
The three-act screenplay structure is what movie goers are familiar with, but sometimes a writer needs to upset the apple cart to make a good film great.
Every interview I conduct, I save my favorite question for last: “What advice would you give your 18-year-old self?” We decided to pose this question each month to a different, established screenwriter in the industry, hoping some of their wisdom on life and career would inspire and help us all understand...
Pitch Prep Coach Heather Hale answers a reader's question, "how and where to pitch my TV show?"
In the last installment of Meet the Reader, Ray Morton took screenwriters to task for the lies they tell themselves. In the current installment, he responds to readers' comments and tackles yet more lies.
Script spoke with script consultant, Howard Allen, about his company, ScriptDoctor, and his new venture into filmmaking with CoyoteMoon Films.
As much as a screenplay evolves - changing dramatically (and hopefully for the better) from initial concept to first draft, through rewriting on through the development, pre- and production processes, so, too, should your indie film “package” constantly be refined as you further clarify your project and hone in on your...
TV writers need to learn how to take a punch, a mandatory eight count and then get up and go back at it. They also have to know how to throw a punch.