by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) For some time now, there’s been a growing trend among protagonists. The new Golden Age of television that we find ourselves in has been built around men and women that most of us would find difficult in real life. Perhaps these characters work because they embody the
The Script Lab wrote this article offering ten simple tips for creating a lead character that is interesting enough to drive an entire 120 page script.
James Hull has written a great article on Screenplay.com about how to figure out your main character’s arc.
Erik Bork, Emmy-winning television writer and producer was on hand at the Great American Pitchfest last weekend. He taught a great class entitled Throwing Rocks at Your Main Character: How to Keep Your Story Moving Forward.