Christopher Boone of NoFilmSchool.com has put together five videos of award-winning screenwriters talking about their writing process.
The Writer: Cameron Crowe is responsible for some of the most iconic films of the last thirty years. He started his writing career when he was just 15 years old and submitted articles about music to Rolling Stone (his script Almost Famous is loosely inspired by this experience). The writer/director
The Writers: Often referred to simply as the Coen brothers, Joel and Ethan Coen are the creative force behind such cult classics and acclaimed cinematic feats as Fargo, O Brother Where Art Thou?, The Big Lebowski, and True Grit. The brothers have been making films together since childhood, and they
Nora Ephron is the undisputed queen of the romantic comedy.
The Writer: Billy Wilder is one of the great legends of screenwriting. His mix of classic comedies and riveting dramas set the standard for excellence in writing and directing. Wilder was born in what is now Poland. He originally intended to become a lawyer then spent several years working as
Few writers see the level of mega-success that John Hughes achieved in his short 59 years.
Let’s start this series off with one of the fathers of the action genre, Shane Black.