This is still a thing? Yikes! If you are a female writer for screen or television, you need to read this article from The Hollywood Reporter. I Left the TV Business to Raise My Family and Now I Can't Get... Continue Reading →
Dan Harmon is the creative force behind Community, and he uses a modified Hero's Journey to structure all of his episodes. I originally found a great article about his process through Screencraft, but the original interview is from Wired. I've... Continue Reading →
Amazing video from Film Courage, featuring a bunch of top screenwriters talking about how they outline their scripts. You'll need 35 minutes to watch, but it's worth it! Outlining a Screenplay: Architects and Gardeners by Film Courage My process is... Continue Reading →
This video gets a standing ovation! Kudos and thanks to Michael Arndt (screenwriter of Little Miss Sunshine, Toy Story 3, Star Wars: The Force Awakens), producer Misa Dayson and everyone that worked on the film. It's a MUST SEE! If... Continue Reading →
Scams are out there attacking members of all industries, and screenwriting is no exception. The Hollywood Reporter came out with an article today about how screenwriters are scammed. I wanted to share it with you, and point out how to... Continue Reading →
Want more screenwriting tips? Of course you do. Who wouldn't? Thanks to Script Summit, I'm sharing some of the ones that got me started and have kept me going through the ups and downs of building a screenwriting career in Hollywood. Script... Continue Reading →
We're sending you to a blog post today that's a must read. Maybe you haven't co-written a screenplay yet---or you have and never want to again---but being a writer that can collaborate is a HUGE skill. It's a VITAL skill... Continue Reading →
Free is good, right? It's really good when it comes in the form of screenwriting books, and these come from one of the best websites for screenwriters: Go Into the Story. Culled from the posts of the Go Into the... Continue Reading →
Even though this article correctly states that it's near impossible to write funny if you aren't naturally funny, it still offers some great advice about how to get some comedy into your script. Found on the Movie Outline website, these... Continue Reading →
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