by Ashley Scott Meyers In this week’s episode I talk with screenwriter (and also producer and actor) Christina Moore. We talk about her new film Running Wild starring Sharon Stone and about the collaborative process of film making. You can listen to the audio portion of the podcast by clicking
by Onicia Muller (@OniciaMuller) As a screenwriter, having a personal website isn’t obligatory. For most screenwriters, a well-managed social media account or two is sufficient for advertising your accomplishments and letting people find you. But if you already have a website or want one, here are five smart ways writers can
by Greg DePaul (@GregDePaul) If you’re channel-surfing on a Tuesday night and briefly land on This is Us , you might think you’ve stumbled on an episode of Parenthood. After all, This Is Us also airs on NBC, also gives us a saccharine look at American family life, and also
by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) While for many, 2016 will be remembered as the year of La La Land, others have been more taken with a powerful story that defied all odds and became the only film that could take the big prize away from the grand Hollywood musical – Moonlight. Without
The Secret Life of Pets script was written by Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio and Brian Lynch. You should also check out our interview with Brian Lynch, who also wrote Minions.
by Ashley Scott Meyers In this week’s episode of the podcast I talk with screenwriter, producer, and director Erin R. Dooley about her new documentary project as well as her numerous short films. You can listen to the audio portion of the podcast by clicking here or through iTunes by
The Sing Street script was written by John Carney.
Here is the final script for La La Land written by Damien Chazelle. (If you got a copy of the La La Land script we had last month from 2012, try comparing the two drafts to see just how much the script developed over time.)
by Tim Long (@ScreenplayStory) In the competitive world of screenwriting, where industry readers judge your script in the first few pages, openings are a vital part of a successful screenplay and film. Not only are they important first impressions of your writing ability, they also serve a variety of narrative
by Ashley Scott Meyers In this episode of the podcast I talk with writer Jack Sekowski. We talk about his early career and how he got his first few agents, which eventually lead to him selling a spec script to Universal Studios. We also talk about his recent writing assignment