Happy New Year everybody! I thought a great post for the new year would be to post some habits of highly successful screenwriters. Maybe you can start your new year off by making some positive changes to your writing habits. I found a great article written by Karl Iglesias over at Writers Store. Below are … Continue reading Habits Of Highly Successful Screenwriters
We will be closed for the holidays from Dec 22nd through January 2nd. Seasons greetings everyone and we'll see you in the new year!
I've been linking articles from Script Magazine for quite a while, not knowing they'd be featuring us! Pretty cool! Writers, Head To The Office! Where You Write Matters There's going to be a theme in my posts for the upcoming weeks, which are going to help with decision making, and then with becoming a successful screenwriter. … Continue reading Do You Need To Go To School To Become A Screenwriter?
Do you really want to become a screenwriter? Do you know what it takes to be a screenwriter? Do you really understand? Many people have a different idea of what the business is, and don't have a true understanding of what most screenwriters really do. I believe a lot of people aren't aware of the … Continue reading The Ups and Downs Of Being A Screenwriter
Just wanted to wish all of our members and viewers a happy holiday! Some of you may practice the "Don't Break the Chain" rule. That's great! Get a little writing done, but make sure to enjoy the holiday if you can too 🙂 Also, make sure to wear your stretchy pants!
You know what I find really scary...? Not being able to try all the monthly flavors of donuts at Sidecar Doughnuts before the month is over. I know... truly horrifying! It's the season for a good scary movie. If you'd like to write one, I've found the perfect article for you written by Sarah Dobbs … Continue reading How To Write A Horror Movie
Pictured above are the two men who wrote Ready Player One, definitely one of my favorite films of the year. On the left is Zak Penn (writer of the adaptation), and on the right is Ernest Cline (writer of the novel). I've read the book, and watched the movie, and I love them both. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSp1dM2Vj48 These are two very different … Continue reading Adaptations: Holding On To The Heart Of The Book
It's October, and that means scary movie time! I haven't seen all of these, but I can without a doubt attest to the quality of the top pick, A Quiet Place. I posted a great in-depth interview a while back you can find here: Bryan Woods and Scott Beck On Writing. We'll keep this one short and … Continue reading The Best Horror Movies Of 2018
If you’re a writer, and aren’t doing it professionally yet, it’s time to understand that film and television are highly collaborative. I’ve done posts explaining that you have to give away your baby at some point, but never explored what it’s like to partner up with another writer. This is huge, and very important. There … Continue reading Tips On Writing Your Screenplay With A Writing Partner
How do you write a good comedy? Don't try! Just get someone else to write it for you! Okay, you want to actually do it for yourself, and learn and grow as a person? I've got some great news for you. I'm providing an article based off of The Hangover that will give you some … Continue reading Writing Comedy Gold