What An Audience Really Wants From Your Script
Write Worlds And Characters Actors Want To Play
About That Chip on Your Shoulder…
6 Types Of Friends Every Screenwriter Needs
By: Amy Sullivan
Most screenwriters owe their tenacity and determination to the people they surround themselves with. This includes all the industry folks that can either directly or indirectly get your screenplays into the write (sorry, right) hands that can...
Screenwriter Ted Campbell Goes “Underground”
Villains And Their Functions In Stories
How a Big Life Leads to Better Writing
Choosing Between Agents, Managers and Lawyers
By: Brandon Blake
Company: BLAKE & WANG P.A.
QUESTION FOR FILMTVLAW.COM:I’m an experienced showrunner with two series under my belt. I’m shopping around a third but getting shut out of all but current connects and friends. I never went the agent route, but now considering agent vs. manager...
Up Close And Personal With Guillermo Del Toro
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...
“The Story Is Not True, But The Feelings Are” TV Writer Liz Feldman
Comedy Screenwriting Craft: Using Metaphors
Screenwriting Craft: Creating a Proactive Protagonist
Good Will To All
How To Turn Your Logline Into A Pitch
What Do Typos in Your Screenplay Say About You?
By: James Napoli
Script readers or people who read screenplays professionally are quite often screenwriters themselves. They are looking for reasons to shuttle your screenplay into the pass pile. Excessive typos are a common reason for them to do so. So why do...