Meredith Alloway of The Script Lab has posted a great list of the top ten revelation scenes.
This article from The Script Lab takes a look at the battle that every writer fights to not just create an unforgettable story but unforgettable characters as well AND to make the two fit together flawlessly. When push comes to shove, which will make a better movie?
This list from the Script Lab is a valuable read, both bcause it includes the written out monologues right in the article and because writing the perfect monologue is such an elusive talent.
This short article from The Script Lab makes a great point about music and writing.
This list from The Script Lab (they have a number of these — I highly suggest checking them out) is entitled The Top 15 Movies You Should NOT Watch in Film School. Find out why by reading on.
The Script Lab put out this list of fifteen films that had a lasting effect on the world of cinema.
This list from the Script Lab is sure to feature some titles you’ve never heard of before.
The first time you watch a movie, just watch it. The second or third go ’round, bring a critical eye to your viewing experience in order to improve your craft and your film knowledge
This article from the Script Lab on the top ten films to utilize voice-over gives some great insight into how to approach voice-over in your own film.
The Script Lab posted this great article on finding your voice as a screenwriter, not to be confused with the voices you give your characters in their dialogue. This article is about your voice as a storyteller