Christopher Schiller takes an in-depth look into the finally completed Orson Welles film, The Other Side of the Wind.
Barri Evins reveals how to use the Art Of Surprise in your story to excite jaded readers, lure busy execs, and stand out to audiences bombarded with choices.
The classic story of Little Women turns 150 this year and gets a modern-day makeover from director/screenwriter Clare Niederpruem. Starring Lea Thompson (Back to the Future, Some Kind of Wonderful), the film opens in theaters nationwide on September 28th, 2018.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Luke Del Tredici (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 30 Rock) about how he broke into the business as a television writer, and then how his latest dark comedy feature, Arizona (Seth Rogan, Danny McBride, Luke Wilson), came together.
Screenwriter Glenn M. Benest, who worked alongside legendary horror writer Wes Craven, offers tips on writing horror films and TV shows.
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.
Dan Goforth spoke with producer Matt Baer about how Unbroken was always meant to be two separate films, how Matt chose the screenwriters, his views on the collaborative filmmaking process, and how important it was that this be a faith-based film.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with writer/director (and actor) Mike Mayhall about his new limited TV series, Bronx SIU and his early career living and working far from Hollywood.
Ray Morton shares inspiring and beloved memories of the legendary cinematographer Richard H. Kline. Take a wonderful walk through Hollywood history.
Writers conference are the best way to get inspired and network with fellow artists to reenergize your work. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman encourages writers to explore the 34th Central Coast Writers Conference.