Whether they’re dark and brooding or just plain unwilling, learn to write an anti-hero that your audiences will cheer for.
From the inciting incident to the refusal of the call, learn how to start your script out right with a strong first act.
Some tips and pointers to make sure your latest science fiction script appeases genre diehards and casual fans alike.
The new holy grail of TV writing is a good hour long pilot, but to write one, first you need to know the structure.
Trying to make the next jump in your career? Learn how to get a literary rep from someone who’s done it.
Learn how to cast your characters to make sure the dialogue reads more authentic and flies off the page.
What the creator of Bojack Horseman can teach you about crafting a pitch that impresses network executives.
Before your script can shine, first you need to craft compelling A, B, and C plots that hook your reader.
Assistants are the first people to touch your script, so it’s important you know how to keep them reading.
After the Metoo Movement, it’s never been more important to write more authentic female characters.
In the internet era, it’s never been easier to get noticed by creating content for platforms like YouTube.
From three act structure to your A, B, and C plots – it’s important to know it all to write a strong 30 minute pilot.
The longest act – and the hardest. Learn what you need to get your hero through the middle of their journey.
An assistant job is often the foot in the door to bigger and better things. The question is: how do you get there?
Writing for the stage isn’t easy, but these guidelines should at least make your stage directions pop.