Tell Me A Little. Show Me A Lot.
By: Michael Lee Simpson
A screenplay, or movie script, is more of a format than an art.Good dialogue is individual to each character, but when it’s used as a crutch to explain the plot, the lines become blurred. That’s where an old saying in screenwriting...
Nonlinear Storytelling Techniques
By: Kevin Nelson
Over the course of human history, art has always been reflective of the time in which it was created. Neoclassicism was born from the Age of Enlightenment. Abstract Expressionism exploded onto the scene during the Cold War as a release of social...
Rewrite, Rewrite, Rewrite
7 Screenwriting Hacks If You’re Stuck
Let’s Talk About Subtext In Screenwriting
“I Want To See Something I Haven’t Seen Or Felt Before” Says Roger Avary
But… Do I Really Have to Outline?
7 Ways To Check If Your Script is Done
The Interactive Future - 5 Tips For Creating Choice-Driven Content
8 Things to Avoid Writing on the First Page of Your Script
Subtext- The Beauty Of What’s Left Unsaid (Or Unwritten) In Your Screenplay
“Find Your Way Into The Story” Says Robert Reiner
Meaning and Toy Story 4
What An Audience Really Wants From Your Script
Write Worlds And Characters Actors Want To Play
Screenwriter Ted Campbell Goes “Underground”
7 Reasons Your Characters Hurt Your Script
Your characters compel you to be honest, and this creates a challenge. The actions of the characters make your story. Writers often focus on plot, structure, theme, dialogue, description, amongst many other elements, but the success of your script...