Script Anatomy founder Tawnya Bhattacharya talks about how to stand out when pitching your own TV show in today's oversaturated market.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Jeremy Wechter about his his new horror film, E-Demon. We discuss how his background in writing, directing, and producing short films lead to this new feature.
Paula Landry shares lessons learned from reading screenplays. To improve your writing, take the writer challenge and read a script a day for 21 days! Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Writers are often readers. We learn through practice and exposure to good writing, as well as...
Ray Morton discusses the importance of clearly identifying the genre of your screenplay. Believe it or not, some screenwriters purposely misidentify the genre of their work.
Do you know who you are writing for? Paul Peditto shares advice on knowing yourself and your work enough to identify what market you should be targeting—indie, studio or micro.
Susan Kouguell interviews Searching for Ingmar Bergman director Margarethe von Trotta about the challenges of exploring the inner life of a film icon.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with filmmaker James Morosini about making his new micro-budget feature, Threesomething, the nuts and bolts of putting the film together, and the emotional ups and downs that went along with it.
Producer J. Todd Harris shares insights on breaking into screenwriting, working with producers, finding representation and creating a long-lasting writing career.
Susan Kouguell interviews documentary director Frederick Wiseman at Manhattan’s Film Forum on the day before his new film Monrovia, Indiana was beginning its run at the same venue.
Is your story idea safe? Christopher Schiller explores three very different films created from a shared idea to calm writers fears about the potential theft of an idea.