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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.

3 Secrets of Pitching Your Screenplay

Practical advice on the art of successful pitching.

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.

Achieve Success As A Screenwriter

Freelance writer Brian Konradt gives some great pointers on how to be a successful screenwriter.

Barton Fink: Kiss His Feet!

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

Can Movies Make A Difference? - The Influence Of Cinema

Award-winning writer Catherine Ann Jones contemplates the influence of cinema.

Captain Phillips: Shock Ending

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this powerful scene from Captain Phillips.

Citizen Screenwriter

Screenwriter, author and teacher Charles Deemer discusses the screenwriter's social responsibility within the "Real World".

Creating Believable Villains For Your Story & Screenplay

Screenwriter & author Skip Press delves into the mind of the villain.

Creative Writing: An Accident Waiting To Happen

Produced screenwriter Dan Bronzite explains how listening to your inner voice and going with the flow can help you write a better screenplay.

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

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

Fact, Film and Fiction

Hollywood screenwriter, psychotherapist and author Dennis Palumbo explains the importance of grounding your fiction writing in reality.

Finding the Hero’s Journey in Crowd Favorite Films

Creative Content Specialist Sara McGuire examines the Hero and Heroine's Journey in popular movies.

Getting Scripts Read in Hollywood: How Do I Sell My Screenplay?

Donna Michelle Anderson gives practical advice about breaking into Hollywood.

Groundhog Day: What Would You Do If...?

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this hilarious and insightful "Movie moment" from the classic comedy Groundhog Day.

Heat: Cops & Robbers

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this memorable "Movie Moment" from Micahel Mann's Heat.

High Concept Screenwriting Defined: How To Write High Concept Movies

Screenwriter Steve Kaire gives the low-down on writing high-concept movies.

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 “Finished?”

Marilyn offers some advice on when to stop tinkering with your screenplay.

How to Format a Professional Screenplay

Freelance writer and script reader Nicole Url offers some practical advice on how to correctly format your movie script.

How To Get An Agent

Author and former Studio Exec Marisa D'Vari gives some practical advice in obtaining literary representation.

How To Market Your Screenplay & Be Your Own Agent Until You Get One

Marilyn offers some great advice on how to market yourself without a literary representative.

How To Tell An Amateur

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

How To Use Shot Headings In Your Screenplay

Writer & teacher Christopher Riley offers some great formatting tips for screenwriters.

How To Write A Professional Screenplay: Tips From the Chair of the UCLA Screenwriting Program

Sound advice on the Dos and Don'ts of script writing by longtime Chair of the UCLA Graduate Screenwriting Program Richard Walter.

How Writing Concept First Will Help Your Script & Pitch

Marilyn explains how using your story's concept can help your screenwriting and pitching.

Interview With Author And Story Consultant Michael Hauge: Part 1

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

Interview With Author And Story Consultant Michael Hauge: Part 2

Concluding part of interview with story consultant, lecturer and author of "Writing Screenplays That Sell" Michael Hauge

Interview With Author Rex Pickett: Up, Down, and Sideways

Vera Caccioppoli, screenwriter and founder of Hi-Way-Haven, recounts her meeting with Rex Pickett, author of Sideways.

Interview with Richard Walter - Chair of the UCLA Screenwriting Program

Questions and Answer Feature with the longtime Chair of the UCLA Graduate Screenwriting Program Richard Walter

Interview With Screenwriting Guru Syd Field: Part 2

Karel Segers, David Trendall and Niels Abercrombie, in association wtih Screen Australia interview legendary screenwriting guru Syd Field during his first trip to Sydney, Australia.

Interview With Screenwriting Guru Syd Field: Part 3

Karel Segers, David Trendall and Niels Abercrombie, in association wtih Screen Australia interview legendary screenwriting guru Syd Field during his first trip to Sydney, Australia.

Is Your Movie Script Ready for the Marketplace?

Script consultant Donie Nelson gives practical advice on preparing your script for submission.

JCVD: Redemption

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this powerful redemptive "Movie moment" from JCVD.

King Kong: Thank God For The Snake

Script Consultant Karel Segers discusses this classic scene from King Kong (1976).

Kung Fu Hustle: Duck!

Script Consultant Karel Segers dissects this unique movie moment from Kung Fu Hustle.

Lethal Weapon: Meet Martin Riggs

Script Consultant Karel Segers disects this memorable "Movie Moment" from Lethal Weapon.

Movie Storytelling & Free-Form Screenwriting

The pros and cons of free-form cinematic storytelling and adhering to the rules when writing your screenplay.

Pitching Your Script - Questions Every Producer Has About Your Screenplay

Writer, producer and author Hal Croasmun helps you make the right pitch.

Screenplay Format: A Guide To Industry Standard Script Formatting

A guide of how to professionally format and layout a Hollywood movie script.

Screenplay Story & Theme: Making Movies About One Thing

Award-winning writer Stanley Williams explains how your story's moral premise can strengthen your screenplay.

Screenplay Writing: Taking the Mystery Out of Writing Mysteries

Hollywood screenwriter, psychotherapist and author Dennis Palumbo unlocks the secrets to writing effective mystery stories.

Screenwriters Need Time To Fail And Write Badly...

Screenwriter Mark Sanderson offers some excellent advice both for newbies starting out in the script writing "game" and old hats who may just need a little perspective.

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.

Scriptwriting For Beginners: Learning The Basics Of Screenwriting

Produced screenwriter Danek S. Kaus shares some insightful tips that every new scriptwriter should consider when working on their first screenplay.

Scriptwriting: How To Write Killer Dialogue

Former Hollywood Lit Manager Michael Ferris offers some great advice on how to make your script POP.

Secrets of the 3-Minute Pitch

Story consultant, author and lecturer Michael Hauge offers some great advice on how to sell your screenplay.

See Your Script Through The Eyes Of A Literary Agent

Michael Hauge helps you understand the process of script reading from the perspective of a literary agent.

Studio Pitch Meetings: An Amusing Look At Pitching Your Script

Quigly Down Under scribe John Hill's amusing POV on the stressful art of pitching your screenplay.

The 11 Laws of Great Storytelling For the Movies

Professor, screenwriter and script consultant Jeffrey Hirschberg reveals the key elements of writing an engaging screenplay.

The Business of Screenwriting: Surviving A Script Notes Meeting

Screenwriter and teacher Scott Myers gives practical advice on how to survive script meetings.

The Hollywood Film Festival: A Screenwriter’s Guide To Networking, Self-Marketing & Boosting Your Career

Produced screenwriter and ScriptTips Editor Dan Bronzite reviews the 2013 Hollywood Film Festival and explains how screenwriters can benefit from such events.

The Hollywood Screenwriter As A Multiple-Personality

Quigly Down Under scribe John Hill discusses the many guises of a screenwriter.

The Real Key to Writing Great Screenplays and Novels

James Bonnet reveals the secrets of storytelling and how it can help improve your screenwriting.

The Right Hook: How To Secure Literary Representation With Your Best Logline & Pitch

Producer Marvin V. Acuna explains how important it is to get your logline and pitch right when seeking literary representation.

The Struggles Of The Screenwriter: Nobody Said It Would Be Easy

Practical screenwriting advice from an industry pro to help you get your script on track.

Three Simple Techniques To Assess Your Screenplay’s Marketability

Marilyn offers some sage advice on how to assess and improve your screenplay's marketability.

When Is It Okay For A Screenwriter To Work For Free?

Screenwriter Mark Sanderson discusses an issue facing many new screenwriters starting out in the business.

Writing The Third Act: Resolving Your Plot With The Climax

Dana Dorrity, assistant Professor of Communications and Media Arts at Dutchess Community College, gives some great advice on how to create a satisfying ending.

Writing With A Partner

Dana Dorrity, assistant Professor of Communications and Media Arts at Dutchess Community College, shares her experience with collaborative screenwriting.

Writing With Passion – Without It, Forget It

Screenwriter, author and script coach Christopher Keane makes you think twice about writing anything if your heart isn't in it.

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