Andrew Bloomenthal interviews Edward Norton on his passion project, the epic detective drama based on Jonathan Lethem's novel, Motherless Brooklyn, which Norton adapted, directed, and stars in.
Ray Morton explains the power of using suspense and surprise in dramatic storytelling.
TV writer and showrunner Ross Brown shares invaluable advice on how to process feedback on your script to improve the story without taking it personally.
William C. Martell dives into what a "slow burn" movie is by analyzing horror films, including Midsommar, which was recently re-released.
Stewart Farquhar's concession to selected formats does not mean all writers need to write in the restrictive style of this happens on this page to be a success. Success as a writer depends on your own creativity.
Steve Tesich won a well-deserved Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for his work on Breaking Away. Script Reader Ray Morton points out the shining moments in the film's screenplay.
Jenna Avery interviews author-writer Jeff Lyons about his Rapid Story Development using the Enneagram.
Dave Trottier continues his 30 years of giving Script’s readers stellar screenplay formatting advice, sharing tips on formatting texts, instant messages, e-mails, Skype and more.
Scott McConnell, the story guy, explains how to find the essence of your story by exploring the best dramatic ideas within.
Ray Morton shares a list of some of the spec trends that are going full blast right now to inform you on whether you should jump on the movie trends wagon or stick with original ideas.