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Why Does A Movie Script Sell? by Markus Redmond

How Does A Screenwriter Write About A Place They Have Never Been? by William C. Martell

Hollywood Will Never Learn That Remakes Don’t Work by William C. Martell

Open Call For Screenwriters

Will You Read My Script, Please by Cecilia Najar

A Screenwriting Contest Where The Winning Script Is Made Into A Movie by Crowdsource Studios CEO

A Screenwriter Who Doesn’t Do This Will Write A Boring Story by Peter Russell

The Most Powerful Story A Screenwriter Tells Is The One They Tell Themselves by Cecilia Najar

Why Do All Superhero Television Shows Fail Except One? by Peter Russell

Writing Dialogue For A Time Period by William C. Martell

Best Advice For Writing An Evil Character

How Do Screenwriters Come Up With Names For Characters by William C. Martell

Biggest Difference In Writing Television Characters And Movie Characters by Peter Russell

How Dialogue Is Like Toilet Paper by William C. Martell

When Writing A Personal Story, Keep It On The Page Or Delete? by Markus Redmond

There Is A Place Where Screenwriting Stops & An Acting Performance Begins by William C. Martell

Writer’s Beware: Research Is The Most Creative Form Of Procrastination by Pilar Alessandra

What's More Important For A Screenwriter... Craft Or Charisma? by Pilar Alessandra

18 Years Script To Screen - Full Interview with Phyllis Nagy of CAROL Movie

Bumper Sticker Dialogue by William C. Martell

I Don't Believe In A Vomit Draft Of A Screenplay by Phyllis Nagy of CAROL Movie

Products Sell Because They Are Great, Stories Sell Because The Product In Them Are Flawed

Two Ways A Screenwriter Can Create Subtext In A Screenplay by Phyllis Nagy of CAROL

100 Things To Do, Be, and Have by Cecilia Najar

4 Words A Professional Screenwriter Should Memorize by Robert Lawton (CrowdSource Studios CEO)

What Questions Should A Screenwriter Ask Themselves When Writing A Screenplay? by Pilar Alessandra

Why Audiences Love The First Season of TRUE DETECTIVE and What It Teaches Screenwriters

How I Wrote My First Script In 3 Weeks And Sold It To A Hollywood Studio by Markus Redmond

Why Screenplays Go Bad In The Second Act by William C. Martell

A Great Method For Helping A Writer Find Their Voice by Cecilia Najar

Ultimate Rule For Anyone Who Wants To Be A Screenwriter by Robert Lawton (CrowdSource Studios CEO)

Are Writers Born Damned and Are They Better People For It? by Pilar Alessandra

How Long Should It Take To Write The First Draft Of A Screenplay by Pilar Alessandra

My Book Announcement

Creating Great Villains, Dangerous Situations, & Dramatic Conflict by Pamela Jaye Smith

How A Writer Can Find Their Voice by Cecilia Najar

How Screenwriters Can Create Authentic Dialogue by William C. Martell

Most People Would Say The Way I Write Screenplays Is Wrong by Markus Redmond

Writing A Screenplay Requires These 4 Skills by Cecilia Najar

Writing A Movie Script Fast by William C. Martell

How Should A Screenwriter Allocate 10 Hours Of Time? by Pilar Alessandra

Exercises To Help A Writer Overcome A Worried Mind by Cecilia Najar

When A Writer Is Stuck On A Story and Doesn't Know What To Write Next by William C. Martell

Biggest Mistake Screenwriters Make When Selling A Screenplay by Pilar Alessandra

Creating Emotion In A Screenplay Can Be An Organic Process by Cecilia Najar

Two Tools To Help A Screenwriter Develop Characters by Pilar Alessandra

Software That Helps Writers Turn Their Stories Into Video Games by Jean Leggett

Stories Are Not Plot, They Are Emotions by Cecilia Najar

Writing Has To Be It’s Own Reward, Especially In Hollywood by William C. Martell

When A Studio Hires A Screenwriter To Write A Screenplay by Steven Knight

100,000 Movie Scripts Were Written Last Year And 62 Sold by Robert Lawton CrowdSource Studios CEO

Writing A Disorganized Criminal or Bad Guy by Professor Ron

Most Important Part Of The Screenwriting Process by Sean Baker of TANGERINE

Pitching A Movie Idea: Best Advice I’ve Ever Received by Richard "RB" Botto

How Does An Unsigned Screenwriter Gain Access To Hollywood Executives? by Richard "RB" Botto

How To Write A Movie Script In Two Weeks by Robert Lawton CrowdSource Studios CEO

How Do You Know You Have A Great Movie Idea? by David Pastor and Àlex Pastor of SELFLESS

Screenwriters Are Not Going To Sell The First Screenplay They Write

Advice To Screenwriters About Selling Their First Screenplay

The Good And Bad News For Writers by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

Should A Screenwriter Spend Money On A Screenwriting Contest Or Script Coverage? by Richard Botto

Every Successful Screenwriter Has This Quality by Pamela Jaye Smith

Receiving Script Coverage On The First Screenplay by Richard "RB" Botto CEO/Founder of Stage 32

Good Or Bad, The Audience Connects To Great Characters by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

What I Learned From My 2nd & 3rd Screenplays by Stage 32 CEO Richard "RB" Botto

Writing A Scene About A Police Officer Approaching A Suspicious House by Professor Ron

Biggest Mistake A Screenwriter Can Make by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

Two Examples Of Good Characters Who Turn To The Dark Side by Pamela Jaye Smith

No Time To Write Is A Tired Excuse by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

Best Way To Learn Screenwriting by Richard "RB" Botto

Every Screenplay Is About Life And Death by James Kicklighter

30 Years Of Chasing The Dream Of Being A Television Writer and How It Came True

Notes To Screenwriters: Advancing Your Story, Screenplay, and Career

Are Movies With Too Much Realism Boring? by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

The Four ‘E’ Method For Pitching A Movie Idea by Pamela Jaye Smith

Pitching A Crime Television Series To Hollywood - Full Interview with Screenwriter Curtis Ray

Are Writers Born Or Made? by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

Developing A Screenwriting Idea by Diane Bell and Chris Byrne

When A Screenwriter Finishes The First Draft Of A Screenplay by Barbara Nicolosi & Vicki Peterson

It’s Action That Defines Character And Not The Other Way Around by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

Best Place To Write A Screenplay Is Not A Coffee Shop by Diane Bell and Chris Byrne

Should Screenwriters Adapt Their Own Screenplays Into Novels? by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

Writing for the Green Light: How to Make Your Script the One Hollywood Notices by Scott Kirkpatrick

A Summer Screenwriting Class At UCLA with Professor Richard Walter For Non-UCLA Students

Screenwriting Notes: What Story Is Not by Barbara Nicolosi & Vicki Peterson

Biggest Difference Between Bad Art and Great Art by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

3 Words To Help A Screenwriter Prepare A Movie Pitch by Pamela Jaye Smith

An Inside Look At The Movie Distribution Business For Screenwriters & Filmmakers

Great Screenwriting Ideas Are Worthless by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

When A Screenwriter Is Told Their Character Is Not Relatable

Most Difficult Part Of Being A Writer by UCLA Professor Richard Walter

Do Screenwriting Partners Need A Collaboration Agreement?

How A Screenwriter Can Negotiate A Contract Without An Agent by Scott Kirkpatrick

Writing A Screenplay With A Female Protagonist by Scott Kirkpatrick

Everything Screenwriters Need To Know About Script Notes by Barbara Nicolosi & Vicki Peterson

A Simple Definition Of The Magician Character For Screenwriters & Storytellers by Pamela Jaye Smith

Screenwriting Insider: An Example Of A Genre That Sells And Why It Sells by Scott Kirkpatrick

Making A Good Script Great - Full Film Courage Interview with Dr. Linda Seger

Screenwriters Who Want A Career Need To Get Passionate About What Sells by Scott Kirkpatrick

Screenwriting Lesson: Story Is Better Than Real Life by Barbara Nicolosi & Vicki Peterson