Prep Your Script for Contests – Tips from an AFF Reader
As Coco Chanel said (requoted by Sigourney Weaver’s character in Working Girl): “Dress shabbily, they notice the dress; Dress impeccably, they notice the woman.” Same applies to your script.
Confessions of an AFF Contest Reader
Nine Things Writers Should Know About AFF – You still have a couple of days to refine and polish your script into a potential winner and submit it to the final deadline on June 1.
How to Give Notes
Giving and receiving notes is one of the easiest and fastest ways to improve your craft. And script swaps are free.
Scene development in screenplays
If you’re a beginning screenwriter, everything feels a bit foreign. Especially at first. But a scene is a scene, right? Put them together and you have a script. Well… Maybe not.
Spec Screenplay Style
By Guest Blogger Jim Kalergis – “The simplicity of screenplay form is that we write what the audience will see on screen and hear from the theater sound system, in the order they will see and hear it. We do so in the expectation and hope that by so doing, the reader will experience what they’re reading as a “mind movie.”
How to become a professional screenwriter
A step-by-step guide By Michael Midis Who wouldn’t want to become a professional screenwriter? After all, it’s easy work and pays super well, right? Plus