Screenwriter Glenn M. Benest, who worked alongside legendary horror writer Wes Craven, offers tips on writing horror films and TV shows.
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.
Filmmaker and screenwriter Paul Peditto shares his top 10 things to consider when writing your micro-budget screenplay.
Script Anatomy founder Tawnya Bhattacharya discusses tricks working writers use to set themselves up for successful outline writing.
Ethan Hawke and Sybil Rosen tell the powerful story of Blaze Foley, a flawed man whose music lives on, in their new film, Blaze.
Comedy guru Evan Smith explains how to use dramatic suspense to boost a story’s humor.
Tom Stempel examines the blockbusters, Incredibles 2, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Year of the Spectacular Men, and Let the Sunshine In, to showcase the screenwriters' choices for their female characters.
Stop writing "What You Know!" Barri Evins proves write "Where You Know" creates powerful and resonant stories that engage audiences and draw industry interest.
Do your characters fall flat? Dr. Format, Dave Trottier, discusses great techniques to use for building and revealing character.
Is your script ready to send to a producer? Clive Frayne asks writers five key questions which will reveal how to determine when their scripts are really ready.