Ray Morton shares inspiring and beloved memories of the legendary cinematographer Richard H. Kline. Take a wonderful walk through Hollywood history.
While today's female filmmakers are demanding equality for women, Frances Marion (1888-1973) was one of the most in-demand screenwriters of her time, winning two screenwriting Oscars in the 1930s. Perhaps we need to roll back the clock and allow history to repeat itself.
This year's Oscars and Final Draft Awards prove writers aren’t afraid to take the wheel and drive toward a new destination that promises growth and inclusivity.
Congratulations to Access Screenplay Contest Grand Prize Winner Elizabeth Samaroo. Script wanted to find out how she did it and what she thought it was about her script that propelled to the winner's circle.
Script shares the highlights from some of the top panels at the Producers Guild of America's Produced By Conference in New York City.
Hollywood veteran Daniel Petrie Jr. (Beverly Hills Cop) moderated a panel comprised of Hollywood’s hottest horror scribes: Scott Kosar (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003, The Machinist, The Crazies), Wesley Strick (Arachnophobia, Scorsese’s Cape Fear, Nightmare on Elm Street 2010), and Stephen Susco (The Grudge, The Grudge 2).
Fauda is a TV series streaming on Netflix. The Decider has compared it to The Wire. It attempts to become the new Homeland. But does it succeed? Sammy Montana weighs in with his verdict.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Access Screenplay Contest, sponsored by Roadmap Writers, Final Draft and Script Magazine.
The greatest secret weapon for all aspiring screenwriters will forever stay a secret. Katiedid Langrock reflects back on the beginning of her writing career, her years at The Writers Store, and the end of an era as it closes its doors.
History has shown us some seriously creative thinking by writers to get their work noticed. Marty Lang shares out-of-the-box screenwriting tactics.