Script Anatomy interviews writers of standout spec scripts, whose specs got traction in multiple fellowships and contests, about what makes a spec script great.
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.
Marty Lang shares examples of the possibilities writers and filmmakers can create for themselves by making short films.
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.
Script’s feature gives aspiring scribes the chance to have their scenes evaluated by master screenwriters. Bill Kelly and Michael Seitzman give tips on elevating tension, characters and conflict.
Eight Baby Steps to Screenwriter Short Film. Dean Silvers talks with screenwriter Cheryl Laughlin on secret to writer's success – short film as writer showcase.
We all struggle with the issue of quantity versus quality, but most of us do not fully appreciate how essential it is to be able to write a lot of material quickly. Marilyn Horowitz answers how much is enough.
After reading countless spec scripts, professional script reader Ray Morton has noticed a variety of mistakes writers consistently make. See if you're making any of those same blunders.
History has shown us some seriously creative thinking by writers to get their work noticed. Marty Lang shares out-of-the-box screenwriting tactics.