The Secret to Your Script''s Success
Al Gough and Miles Miller have written some super shows and movies. Now they expand their talents to their own TV series, Smallville.
The executive producer and writer for Gilmore Girls, Amy Sherman-Palladino explains the ins and outs of being a television writer. Here's a little of what this award-winning scriptwriter has to say.
Gigi Levangie Grazer, a screenwriter whose original screenplay Stepmom became a movie starring Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon, is celebrating the release of her first novel Rescue Me (Simon & Schuster). Grazer talks to Writer's Digest about her inspiration, plans for her next project and her various writing habits and rituals.
Excerpt of "The Snowmen"
You can craft all the Oscar-winning dialogue you want, but if your last scene isn't up to snuff, your movie won't make it.
Producer Jonathan Treisman talks about his Hollywood experience.
Layer plot lines and characters to give your play the substance it needs to be a full-length production.
Agents of any stripe are tough to catch, but if you want to get the best deal for your script, you'll need a script agent. Here's how you can reel one in.
Are you a screenwriting rookie trying to make the movies major leagues? Be a hit in Hollywood with these 15 ins and outs of the industry.
Want the inside scoop on submission protocol, finding an agent and other scriptwriting mysteries? The professor is in.
From politicians to doctors, the co-creator of Spin City starts up his newest sitcom, Scrubs, under the spotlight of Thursday prime time.