by Fin Wheeler Screenplays aren’t static, they’re a fluid thing. They change from draft to draft. An ability to rewrite and to listen to, take, and incorporate feedback is what separates professional screenwriters from the rest. In an interview, Joss Whedon was asked about feedback and whether a screenwriter should
The Real Genius script was written by Neal Israel and Pat Proft.
by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) True stories have fascinated audiences since the early days of storytelling. Knowing a story is based on actual events sparks interest in films that might never draw the curiosity of the average moviegoer. These stories often carry a weight of truth in their themes not always found
The Incredibles script was written by Brad Bird.
by Ashley Scott Meyers In this episode of the podcast I talk with Bob Schultz who co-founded ScriptFest And The Great American Pitchfest. We talk about how and why he started the festivals, how these festivals work for screenwriters, and then he gives some specific tips for pitching when going
by Fin Wheeler Every screenwriting manual tells you to move to LA. Now. Or yesterday. Friends and relatives ask when you will. It used to be seen as a rite of passage, a sign that you were serious about your screenwriting career. But the way the Industry runs today, with
The Annabelle script was written by Gary Dauberman.
by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) In the second installment of this two-part interview, I continue my discussion on story’s past, present, and future with the man who literally wrote the book
The Mr. Robot pilot script was written by Sam Esmail.
by Ashley Scott Meyers In this episode of the podcast I talk with Swiss director Claudio Fah. We talk about his early career making shorts as a teenager, and how this eventually lead to a career as a director. Then we dig into his latest action adventure film, Northmen –