Film critic, filmmaker, and radio host Mike Sargent interviews Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, screenwriters of the thriller, A Quiet Place, about their writing process, breaking into the business, and more.
Paula Landry discusses the importance of learning the details of film scheduling and budgeting to elevate your writing.
Screenwriter Peter Iliff (Patriot Games, Point Break) wanted more from his career. So, using the resources he could find and the connections he’d made, Iliff took the leap to writer-director with his film Rites of Passage … and he couldn’t be happier.
From low-budget to high-budget films, there are filmmakers who take on multiple roles. These individuals are known as “hyphenates.”
There is a growing realization of how polarizing people’s viewpoints are across the country. Heather Taylor explores how we can create films in that post-truth environment.
Danny Manus spoke with John Hamburg, NY native and writer of Meet the Parents and Zoolander and their respective sequels, and writer/director of Along Came Polly and I Love You, Man, about his process and his most recent hit, Why Him?, starring James Franco and Bryan Cranston.
Two of the most misunderstood positions in the film industry are script supervisor and script coordinator. Roe Moore provides insight for writers on what to expect when a script goes into production.
Tim Long discusses the importance of executing your story on the page.
Jason Buff suggests if you want to sell your low-budget indie film, don't do it by writing the script first. He's got 5 great steps to take to help you find funding and distribution early in the game.