Script Anatomy interviews writers of standout spec scripts, whose specs got traction in multiple fellowships and contests, about what makes a spec script great.
If you think those broadcast television hit shows will stay on traditional networks, think again. Marty Lang explains the vast changes happening right now in the TV industry.
Tawnya Bhattacharya gives tips on writing your pilot inclusively without appropriating the experiences of another culture, gender, or sexual orientation.
Paul Peditto discusses voice over and subtext and how the Hulu show, The Handmaid’s Tale, deals with both.
Meet HBOAccess fellows, Director, Kate Marks and Writer, Yolanda Carney, creators of Manic, a show about an Ivy-league bound, overachieving teen who, after a manic episode, is placed in a school for kids with mental illness. Available on HBOGo and HBONow.
Jen Grisanti analyzes the new Netflix series, ATYPICAL, exploring how structure can influence emotion and bring your audience to tears.
Marty Lang shares examples of the possibilities writers and filmmakers can create for themselves by making short films.
Here's George the Blogging writer attempting to scale the mountain of her first commission on long running series Westenders. She is learning the hard way, so you won't have to.
TV writer Ross Brown (The Cosby Show) shares 10 must-know tips on how to write a TV spec script to get you noticed by an agent or showrunner.
With Hollywood designing most major films as franchises, Robert Piluso examines how a screenwriter should craft their story endings to resist, or not resist, the lure of a franchise.