10 Time Management Tips for Busy Screenwriters

Jason McKinnon offers ten tips for busy writers to keep up with their daily writing. Below you’ll find 10 simple techniques I’ve used to keep up with my screenwriting. I’ll settle into a new routine that includes time for my screenplay eventually. Until then, I consider myself extremely lucky to be blessed with such a Read MoreRead More

Dissecting Great Characters: Mr. White from Resevoir Dogs

Scott Myers analyses the character of Mr. White as played by Harvey Keitel in Quentin Tarantino’s Resevoir Dogs. It was back in 1992 when the heist thriller underwent a clever genre dissection with the application of a crime novel-style nonlinear narrative by screenwriter and director Quentin Tarantino with his debut feature film, Reservoir Dogs. Aside from Read MoreRead More

Adapting a Book Into a Screenplay

Daniel Manus looks at what it takes to adapt a novel into a sellable screenplay. Writing novels and writing screenplays require two very different skill sets, both learnable with time and practice. And with the flourishing amount of books turned into films these days, it’s something you should probably look into. Before you try adapting a Read MoreRead More

The Business of Screenplay Feedback

Entertainment Lawyer Christopher Schiller on Screenplay feedback: how to take it, what to do with it, how to give it and generally how not to shoot yourself in the foot career-wise while dealing with it. Feedback can come in a myriad of forms. Notes, comments, suggestions, demands, alterations, polish, considerations, “here’s an idea” offerings; just Read MoreRead More

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