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.
Filmmaker and screenwriter Paul Peditto shares his top 10 things to consider when writing your micro-budget screenplay.
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.
When Tribeca Film Fest finally showed up in rotation, Cheryl Laughlin was delighted to discover a festival shining a spotlight on a record number of female filmmakers.
Part memoir, part eclectic life navigation, part celebration of failure. Like Brothers is a tour of the Duplass brothers' sibling brain on films, screenwriting, and unique insights into our shared foibles.
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.
From ad agency to screenwriter, David Flanagan's independent films feature box-office stars such as Charlize Theron, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Rodriguez, Matthew Perry, Rob Schneider and more.
Dialogue can deepen an understanding of characters and amp up a every aspect of a story. Paula Landry gives three clear way to improve dialogue in your script.
There is a kindred spirit in Hollywood, who's offered help, advice and information to film business newbies for years. Marty Lang interviews the alter ego that has been a beacon to the entry-level Hollywood worker for a long time: The Anonymous Production Assistant.
Rebecca Norris interviews Kimberly Rolfs and Alex Hughes, the creative team behind Life or Death, Basically--a web series based on Rolfs' real-life battle with Borderline Personality Disorder.