Hal Croasmun at ScreenwritingU discusses the four characteristics that make great dialogue in a screenplay. He uses Aaron Sorkin’s The American President as a model for the discussion.
Grammar Police, this one is for you. The folks at TED-Ed provide a delightful tutorial on how to use the mysterious semi-colon. You’ll feel like a grammar Super Mario ready to take on anything after watching. I hope you find this helpful!
Watch full video here: Embrace the semi-confusing semicolon with these helpful guidelines
Melissa Silverstein with Women & Hollywood sat down with Zoe Lister-Jones to talk about her directorial debut and hiring an all female film crew for her film, Band Aid, which premiered at Sundance this past January.
Read the full interview here: Zoe Lister-Jones on Hiring an All-Female Crew for Her Directorial Debut “Band Aid”
The folks at ScreenCraft discussed some common first-time director mistakes and offered insight on how to avoid them.
Full article here: How to Avoid First-Time Director Pitfalls
Naomi Beaty at ScreenCraft discusses Akira Kurosawa and his creative process and his advice to aspiring writers and filmmakers.
Full article and video here: Screenwriting Advice from Akira Kurosawa