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10 Rules For Using Parentheticals In Your Screenplay

Screenwriter and script consultant Trevor Mayes discusses the proper use of parentheticals in your screenplay.

22 Ways to Learn & Improve Your Screenwriting

Writer, producer and author Hal Croasmun gives you some great tips to improve your writing and get your script sold.

4 Tips On Writing The Opening Scenes Of Your Action Screenplay

Writer and licensed therapist Dan J. Marder offers some sage advice on how to take the opening of your action script to another level.

Act “As If” to Truly Write Better in Half an Hour

Marilyn applies an acting techqniue to help improve your writing.

Barton Fink: Kiss His Feet!

Script Consultant Karel Segers discusses a hilarious scene from the Coen Brothers' Barton Fink.

Close Encounters Of The Third Kind: Daddy Has Lost It

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this great "movie moment" from Spielberg's Close Encounters Of The Third Kind.

Don’t [email protected]#%ing Pitch Your Movie Like This!

Screenwriter and script consultant Trevor Mayes discusses the art of pitching your movie.

Five Reasons Why Writing Plays Can Make You a Better Screenwriter

Playwright Jonathan Dorf reveals how writing stage plays can help improve your screenwriting.

Good in a Room: A Guide to Pitching Your Movie Script

Creative consultant and former MGM executive Stephanie Palmer gives some practical advice on how to pitch your script and avoid common meeting pitfalls.

Hope Changes Everything

Actor and short filmmaker John Montana offers some advice on how to manage your career and expectations.

How Do You Know When Your Screenplay Is Ready For Market?

Producer and script consultant Wendy Kram offers sage advice for eager screenwriters who are preparing to shop their script.

How To Tell An Amateur

Emmy-nominated screenwriter and director Nathan Marshall offers some great advice for screenwriters.

Interview With Author And Story Consultant Michael Hauge: Part 1

Interview with story consultant, lecturer and author of "Writing Screenplays That Sell" Michael Hauge

Marketing Your Script from Day One

Actress, writer, stuntwoman and producer Kristina Michelle offers some practical business advice for writers.

Network: Hell In The Boardroom

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this powerful scene from Sidney Lumet's Network

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest: I Think We Can Help Him

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this pivotal "Movie Moment" from Milos Forman's One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.

Screenwriting Myths & Facts: Part 6

Steve Kaire's sixth installment of screenwriting myths and facts.

Screenwriting Tips To Take Your Script To The Next Level

Author and scriptwriter Lia London offers some great tips on improving your stageplay or screenplay.

Script Rewrites: How To Find Weaknesses In Your Script

Don Bledsoe, Founder of ScriptNurse, gives practcal advice on how to get the most out of your screenplay.

Television Script Format

Script analyst Diane House sheds some light on the structure and formatting of teleplays.

The Bourne Identity: Mystery, Suspense, Surprise

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this powerful scene from The Bourne Identity.

The Curse of Quirky Parentheticals - Using Wrylies in Your Screenplay

Author & script consultant Christina Hamlett explains how to correctly use parentheticals in your screenplay.

The Rules Of Series Television Writing

Author & Professor Pamela Douglas gives you some new rules for writing television.

The Wire: Officer Down

Script Consultant Karel Segers highlights this tense sequence from hit show The Wire.

This Scene Sucks: Screenwriting Mistakes to Avoid

Award-winning filmmaker and comedy writer Timothy Cooper highlights some of the common mistakes to avoid when writing screenplays.

Three Important Things to Know When Writing a Screenplay

Marilyn discusses the differences between writing novels and for the Big Screen.

Tintin: The Adventures of Snowy

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this exciting "Movie moment" from Tintin.

What I Learned About Screenwriting From My Composer

Produced playwright and fiction author Persephone Vandegrift applies her experience of working on a soundtrack to her film to developing a screenplay.

Writing is Deleting: Script Editing Techniques For Screenwriters

Script-a-thon co-director Matt Giegerich gives practical advice on rewriting your screenplay.

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