Jessica Cyrell & Danny Merritt – Young & Hungry
ISA Returns to Park City with Table Read My Screenplay
The International Screenwriters’ Association (ISA) is thrilled to return to Park City, UT, during this year’s Sundance Film Festival, to showcase their Table Read My Screenplay winning script with a live table read.The event will take...
Allison Buckmelter & Nicolas Buckmelter – Young & Hungry
Aaron Sala – Young & Hungry
Sundance Or Bust – A Review On One Of The Biggest Festivals For Filmmakers
By: Tracy Clark, Edna Barnes & Frank Leroy
Park City, Utah is host to the biggest film festival in the United States. In 1978 it was known as the United States Film Festival, then changed its name in 1989 to the Sundance Film Festival. That same year Sundance became synonymous with...
Marc Bloom – Young & Hungry
Charlie Efron – Young & Hungry
Victoria Rose – Young & Hungry
Amanda Overton – Young & Hungry
Subtext: That Passive/Aggressive Friend You Hate, But Can't Drop
“Make Them Forget They’re Reading A Script” Says Manager Jonathan Hersh
By: Jonathan Hersh
As part of our continuing series of interviews with agents and managers, Creative Screenwriting Magazine spoke with Jonathan Hersh from Housefire Management about how screenwriters should be working with their representatives.How does a screenwriter...
Brian T. Arnold – Young & Hungry
Jason Scott Goldberg – Young & Hungry
Chris Courtney Martin – Young & Hungry
Honoring the Little Moments: Lost in Translation
By: By Peter N. Chumo ||
An interview with Sofia Coppola, and an examination of her Oscar-winning screenplay.When Sofia Coppola began writing Lost in Translation, her first original screenplay after her adaptation of The Virgin Suicides, she knew there were certain...
On Writing Child Characters: “Children Don’t Think Like Little Adults”
By: Michael Welles Schock
One of the challenges of writing great characters is getting inside the heads of persons of much different background than yourself. It takes great effort and empathy to understand those of differing gender, age, ethnicity, or orientation in order...