Clive Davies-Frayne shares his process for writing a first draft. Do your development work before you start writing, and discover how to make your first draft all killer with no filler.
Filmmaker and screenwriter Paul Peditto shares his top 10 things to consider when writing your micro-budget screenplay.
Film profits are complex to determine and require attention to the details most specific to your use. Will you be able to find a definition that works for you? As with all the topics Entertainment Attorney Christopher Schiller covers in his column, it depends.
Script reader, Ray Morton, explains why there are only four elements to screenwriting that make your story a true cinematic experience.
Ever wonder what pre-production looks like? Kevin Moore and Shawn Harris, screenwriters of The Unhealer, a Drama/Sci-Fi/Horror film, sit with Script and share the experience of pre-production from a writer’s perspective.
Most scripts are rejected on page one, because the writer fails to show fundamental writing skills. Clive Davies-Frayne shares exercises to help build those missing skills.
Tom Stempel examines the films Tully, Disobedience, Solo: A Star Wars Story, and Ocean’s 8 to showcase the effective (or not effective) use of plot twists.
Christopher Schiller breaks down a selection of facts or fallacies in the film business, providing advice on how to navigate the myths floating around Hollywood.
You’ve been to a networking mixer or writing panel and made a connection with an exec, agent, manager, or working writer who you admire and want to work with someday. Now what? Tawnya Bhattacharya gives essential networking tips for writers.