Something interesting has been happening in recent years: feature films aren't the only type of independently produced content to find success. Episodic content has had just as much success finding its way to mainstream distribution.
Understanding the external and the internal part of the desire, you create an action plan in steps that will lead you to your desired outcome. Jen Grisanti explains how it all comes down to defining want.
There are many important ingredients in a screenplay: premise, plot, characters, dialogue, and so on. One of the most important is logic. Ray Morton shares some of the many ways logic functions in a screen narrative.
With experience as a TV producer and Script Consultant, Yvonne Grace shares 10 mistakes people make when writing, or wanting to write, for television drama series.
After decades of in-depth, pains-taking empirical research—meaning, watching way too much TV—Evan Smith shares ten reasons why they do indeed make sitcoms like they used to.
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.
Meet George the writer. She knows everything about breaking into TV writing the wrong way and in so doing, hopefully shows you the right way. Here, she attempts to break through the fourth wall – out of theatre and into television...
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.