Avoid these most common blunders and your treatment may just make it into the mythical “consider” pile. (Yes, it does exist.)
How do movies keep you invested in their characters' purpose? One simple but effective rule: Don’t give your characters what they want, but what they need.
Your first draft is done – next comes the challenge of the script editor: tweaking and polishing before your script is finally ready for the big wide world.
We thank the tech boffins who have created a number of products to help us lowly bards in the creative process when using screenwriting apps on the go.
If you’re just starting out in the creative arts, signing up with an extra agency could be your step to an accomplished Hollywood career. Here’s why.
A logline isn’t a tagline, and it isn’t a synopsis – it could be the most important trick of the screenwriting trade you ever learn.
In Part 1, we explored the nuts and bolts of how to formulate your plan to find readers for your script. Now let’s make some pals and build
The hottest question on scriptwriters’ lips? “Now that my screenplay’s done, how on Earth am I going to find readers?” Here's how.
Your friends all agree your idea would make a great movie but you have no idea where to get started. What you need, my friend, is a beat