In honor of what would have been Stanley Kubrick's 85th birthday, the British Film Institute has published an excellent article on the groundbreaking writer/director, as well as a little-known list of his ten favorite films.
This advice applies to all sorts of professionals, not just screenwriters.
Film.com has put together a wonderful list complete with video clips of the fifty best opening film scenes of all time.
There are no hard and fast rules of screenwriting (formatting rules aside), but there are a number of key factors that readers look at to determine whether or not your script will be worth the full read within minutes of picking it up.
Erik Bork has written an excellent article in which he discusses his creative process and lists 15 types of inciting incidents, including films that they occur in.
Billy Mernit of Living the Romantic Comedy recently compiled a list of 10 romantic comedy truisms with links to his articles supporting and providing advice for each point. If you're working on a rom com, this list is essential reading.
Danny Manus of No BullScript Consulting has written a new list, 50 signs of an amateur screenwriter.
Several years ago Joss listed his top ten writing tips.
Danny Manus of No BullScript Consulting recently shared this list of advice for getting in the right mindset about your writing and your career.
Emma Coats, a Pixar storyboard artist has shared twenty-two rules of storytelling that she has compiled during her time at the animation powerhouse.