How do writers such as Quentin Tarantino get away with writing lengthy dialogue when we are constantly told not to?
Devorah Cutler-Rubenstein and Kristopher White give 21 tips on how to write great dialogue in your screenplays.
Steven Bloomer explores what we can we learn about writing screenplays by placing fiction side by side with fact.
Wendy Kram showcases the elements necessary for writing a screenplay that's powerful. Learn from a producer and script consultant what you need to succeed.
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” may hold true on the playground, but in screenwriting, words can hurt you or help you.
Susan Kouguell, award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker and screenwriting teacher at SUNY College at Purchase gives advice on writing dialogue that's truthful.
Spec screenwriters often obsess on their dialogue, yet don't spend enough time looking for cliché lines. Here's 10 of the worst from @Bang2write's Lucy V.
Get Jim Mercurio’s webinar on Advanced Scene Writing: Breaking the Rules with Style on demand. When I dove into a theoretical approach to teaching and writing dialogue, I was pleasantly surprised that although writing dialogue seems in some ways contrary to structure, the way to improve it is often through the...
So, it turns out that no one knows exactly what day William Shakespeare was born. We know it was near the end of April 1564. Scholars believe he was born on the 23rd since he was baptized on the 26th. But since 1582 lost 10 days when we adopted our present...