A new year is upon us, and we’ve got a lot to celebrate here at LA Screenwriter. We’ve got a fancy new look and a brand new monthly logline competition. We also had a lot of wonderful posts over the last year. Here are the ones our readers have gotten the
by Angela Guess Yesterday I shared the first half of my conversation with screenwriter Keith Giglio, author of Writing the Comedy Blockbuster. In part two, Keith and I discuss the importance of stealing, how to break into the industry, and which scripts every aspiring comedy screenwriter should read. LA Screenwriter
The Dog Day Afternoon script was written by Frank Pierson and is considered one of the 101 greatest scripts ever written.
by Angela Guess This year was truly a wonderful one for cinema. We all like to complain that there is no art left in the movies, but anyone who looks at the award contenders this year has to bite their tongue. So many great films came out this year that
Frank Darabont has been consistently successful in this industry for the last 30 years.
The script for Forrest Gump was written by Eric Roth based on the novel by Winston Groom. It’s considered one of the best 101 scripts ever written.
Here is the script for Chinatown, one of the ten best scripts ever written. It was written by Robert Towne.
Here is a text draft of Some Like it Hot, considered by the WGA to be one of the ten best scripts ever written. This script was written by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond.