When writing an action movies, you need powerful action happening often... but how much juice is enough? William C. Martell gives insights into finding a balance between story and action.
Individual subplots illustrate a different aspect of the main conflict or shows a different step in the solution of the main conflict. William C. Martell examines how the subplots in The Shape of Water help shape the film's main conflict and theme.
Screenwriter William Martell explains how sometimes it's more dramatic to have a character do absolutely nothing in a scene. Inaction can speak volumes.
Last year’s Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol restored the series to both box office and critical acclaim after the lows of #3 (which got the same rating on Rotten Tomatoes as #2… but made significantly less money, and was a full grade lower on the Cinemascore audience poll) and also proved Tom Cruise...
You have some great characters and a fantastic idea for a story, but how do you keep it moving? William Martell has the advice you need.
Film is a dramatic medium. So as screenwriters, we should always be looking for dramatic moments because movies are about people … people with problems. Explore those problems with drama.
LUCKY STARS!!! GENRE STARS!!! STARS ON THEIR WAY UP!!! STARS ON THEIR WAY DOWN!!! William Martell (finally) concludes his adventures at the 2010 American Film Market.
THE SEARCH FOR THE BABE IN THE BACKLESS SUNDRESS CONTINUES!! William Martell continues his (almost finished) adventures at the 2010 American Film Market.
YOUNG BABES! OLD BABES! STARVING ACTORS/DIRECTORS/PRODUCERS! OH MY! William Martell continues his (exhaustive) adventures at the 2010 American Film Market.
William Martell continues his (exhaustive) adventures at the 2010 American Film Market.