Tagged With: Screenwriting
Director Charles Zhang and writer/producer Jonathan Cui break new ground with a feature-length VR film.
Director Nora Twomey and co-directors Christian Bøving-Andersen and Eva Lee Wallberg among animation artists honored at second annual ceremony in Lille, France.
Amanda Idoko hired to write the screenplay for comedic action-adventure based on the DC Comics super hero.
The veteran director of ‘Wolf Children’ and ‘The Boy and the Beast’ paints an intimate portrait of a young boy’s vivid imagination and how it helps him accept the arrival of his baby sister.
Submissions now being accepted as program expands to include live-action / animation hybrid projects.
Co-writer Jon Spaihts discusses the new action-adventure hit film that delves into the supernatural side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The newest version of the industry’s best screenwriting program adds a nice set of welcome, though not must-have new features.
Packed with new and improved features, the latest version of the Emmy Award-winning screenwriting software is now available.
A successful writer doesn't have to have all of these traits, but the more he possesses the more successful he will be.
Structure your screenplays faster, better and easier with the help of this outstanding new software!
Without a solid understanding of screenplay structure a producer has no way of knowing whether his screenplay is good or bad.
The three most important elements of a screenplay are theme, character and plot. If you get these three elements working smoothly with one another then you will get a good story.
In Part 1 I explained how I pitched one series with $13,000 worth of artwork and another with two sentences on the fly, and I sold the two sentences. But why did my two-sentences sell? What was it about the concept? What made it so good? ...
If you’re a writer you are familiar with the word. You just wrote an Academy Award-quality screenplay or an Emmy-quality series development, put together a solid pitch, gave it to the producer or exec with passion, and he or she responded with the most painful one-word epithet in the English language—Pass.
I’m asked questions all the time about pitching animated TV series. Do I need a bible? — Do I need a pilot script? — Do I need artwork? —Do I need a few minutes of animation? Rather than tell you what I think you need, let me illustrate the reality of pitching with two personal anecdotes...
Have you ever been writing and felt like your story is crap? If you haven’t you must not be an experienced writer. If you have, don’t worry, crap has some useful nutrients in it. Let me explain...
You don’t need to go to film school and pay thousands of dollars for screenwriting classes. All you need to do is some reading. Let me tell you which books I found to be the most helpful...