Reverse Engineering Your Screenplay

Indie Film Academy provides an interesting technique for getting your screenplay finished: reverse engineering. That’s a simple way of saying work backward. This may help you get over that seemingly impossible bump in the road or give you a new way to look at the writing process. Give a whirl and see how it works for you. Happy writing!

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Screenwriting 101: Ava DuVernay

Scott Myers shares some words of inspiration and encouragement from Ava DuVernay.

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Interview (Part 2): Stephanie Shannon

Scott Myers sat down with 2013 Nicholl fellowship winner Stephanie Shannon to discuss her journey as a screenwriter.

Interview (Part 2): Stephanie Shannon

WHAT MAKES SCREENPLAY DIALOGUE GREAT?

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.

WHAT MAKES SCREENPLAY DIALOGUE GREAT?