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.
Script reader, Ray Morton, explains why there are only four elements to screenwriting that make your story a true cinematic experience.
Angela Bourassa defines the four meanings of a Writer's Voice and why honing yours is important to the success of your writing career.
Joy Cheriel Brown analyzes the heist movie, American Animals, the use of an ensemble cast, and the characters' feelings of irrelevance.
Most scripts are rejected on page one, because the writer fails to show fundamental writing skills. Clive Davies-Frayne shares exercises to help build those missing skills.
Those who claim that the formulaic path is the only way to go when writing a screenplay are further confusing the beginning writer. Stewart Farquhar analyzes the differences between formula and structure.
Paul Joseph Gulino explores the lost opportunities of set-up and pay-off in the film Hereditary.
Joy Cheriel Brown demonstrates five ways to ensure your screenplays represent diversity through either race, gender, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, or religion.
Film historian and author Tom Stempel continues his long-standing “Understanding Screenwriting” column on Script’s site, exploring current and past films from the perspective of the screenplay itself.