Script Check List: 5 Things Your Story Should Have

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) There are certainly no formulas to writing a good script. None that work anyway. There are, however, forms. Good music uses chords that resonate together. Painting uses color systems that work in unity or intentional disunity. Photography uses composition techniques to most effectively draw the eye through the story of the image.... Continue Reading →

How to Look Like a Screenwriter

by Fin Wheeler Screenwriters are a deeply superficial bunch. We spend every writing hour trying to find new ways to show, not tell, our protagonist’s flaws, strengths, and character. Despite this, we often overlook the importance of our own physical appearance. Research has shown that in the average white collar work place, those who are... Continue Reading →

Ken’s Top 10: Tips for Choosing a Script Concept

by Ken Aguado (@kaguado) “What should I write?” It’s the first question every writer asks themselves before they embark on a new project. Very often the answer to this question starts with a flash of inspiration that leads to a story the writer “just has to tell.” And while I would never want to be the... Continue Reading →

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