END OF THE ROAD: Now streaming on #Netflix. Starring Queen Latifah and Ludacris. The dialogue is on the nose. The fight scenes are unrealistic. However, it's good family viewing. Let's talk journey films. #SpoilerAlert
So you finally finished, polished, and have done the final edits on your screenplay, and now there is some buzz around your project! First, congrats! Pat yourself on the back. Pop champagne. Or take a nap. You deserve it. But… what happens now? In this article, we are going to break down everything you need to know about option agreements and script development. Let’s jump right in!
How long is your commute? Everyone is back outside, so that means traffic, long car rides, Ubers and buses. So what does that mean to your writing journey? In this article, we will discuss writing on the go and how you can make the most of your commute by writing your next screenplay.
HONK FOR JESUS: Now in theaters and streaming on Paramount +. #SpoilerAlert. Let's talk satire.
Tired of trying to write a flashback scene that turns out confusing and out of place? Then this article is for you! This article is all about how to write an effective flashback scene. We are going to break down what a flashback is, some do’s and don'ts, and then finally how to properly format a flashback.
One of the most valuable aspects to the writing process is receiving feedback on your work before sending it out to a competition, manager, or studio or network executive. One great way to receive feedback on your script is through a script consultant. But… what exactly do they do?
So, what’s the big deal about dialogue, and why is it so important? I’m sure you’ve heard writers talk about dialogue that is too “on the nose” and the importance of having “sharp and tight” dialogue. But what does all of that even mean?
NEEDLE IN A TIMESTACK: Really wanted to like this one. You know, #blacklove and such. Truth is, the story dragged, so... I was bored. I expected more from John Ridley. But often, this happens when novels are adapted for the screen. So, here we are: A lesson in structure and pacing. #SpoilerAlert