In this first of this two-part exploration of Western screenwriting, Dimitri Vorontzov dives into cultural fascination with the anti-hero and answers the question, "How do we know right from wrong?"
2020 proved that holiday films are higher in demand than ever before. Why is this the case? Michael Lee Simpson interviewed industry experts to get the scoop on why the market is increasing so quickly and how this niche has become more inclusive.
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Cameron Johnson, TV writer on 'Empire' and 'Zoe Ever After,' who has sold several pilots.
Host Gray Jones interviews Lee Aronsohn, co-creator and showrunner of "Two and a Half Men" and EP of "The Big Bang Theory," and actor/writer/producer/director Jason Kyle, the founders of the Creators Writing Room.
Having a writing partner raises a number of creative issues for a screenwriter—being married to your writing partner presents an entirely different dynamic. Dan Goforth speaks with the dynamic-duo writing team, Mark and Anna Casadei, about their handling their routine, disagreements, and pitching.
Andrew Bloomenthal shares insights from Alan Ball about "Uncle Frank," Ball's directorial debut, now streaming on Amazon Prime.
This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Writer/Director Tyler Taormina. Topics include Ham On Rye (2019), a movie he Directed and Co-wrote and tips for young filmmakers starting out right out of college.
All good things must come to an end. As Script's Editor-in-Chief, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, departs her role at Script and WD, she shares her gratitude and fond memories for not only her team, but for the entire writing community.
In the final article of this three-part series, Dimitri Vorontzov discusses how you can use dramatic energy as a way to build your story.
In the second article of this three-part series, Dimitri Vorontzov explains how structuring your story around a series of crises can really hook your audience.
This week, Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Filmmaker and Producer Tara Johnson-Medinger. They talk about her debut feature as a writer/director, the Drama My Summer As A Goth (2018).
In the first article of this three-part series, Dimitri Vorontzov explores the importance of crisis storytelling in Chinese history and why you'd be smart to use it in your screenplay.