Spielberg is an icon and a legend for good reason. Shanee Edwards with ScreenwritingU Magazine dissects the film to study seven story tricks screenwriters can use when creating children’s films.
Read the full article here: Spielberg gets all Spielbergian on The BFG: 7 great story tricks we learned from the cinematic giant
This is arguably one of the best things I’ve ever run into. One writer did something quite clever and brilliant, instead of asking for photos with the renowned creators they met, they collected pieces of advice written on a notecard. That collection of notecards has been compiled into a website full of words or wisdom, encouragement, and necessary butt-kickings from the creators of your favorite work. Read up and get inspired. And don’t forget to eat lunch 🙂
See full website here: Their Writing Cards
One of the biggest mysteries for a creative person: is my work done? Well, Ken Miyamoto with ScreenCraft created a handy list to help you determine if and when your script is done, and what steps come next.
Read the full article here: 5 Ways You Can Determine If Your Script Is Done
Christopher Osterndorf with Script Lab uses the summer 2017 film Baby Driver as a model to discuss how to incorporate music into your screenplays.
Read full article here: Screenwriting 101: How to Incorporate Music in your Screenplay
Ken Miyamoto at ScreenCraft offers some sage advice for new filmmakers struggling to make their short films.
Read the full article here: 9 Tips for Filmmakers Struggling to Make Their Short Film
V Renee at No Film School shares advice on set lighting, how to get it, and where to put it.
Watch the video and read the article here: Essential Lighting Tips Every Filmmaker Should Know