“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” – Anton Chekhov
Eric Owusu at The Script Lab discusses how to create a convincing setting and how important the right setting is to your story.
Read the full article here: How To Create a Convincing Setting in Your Screenplay
Ashley Scott Meyers shared his ideas with ScreenCraft on how to create the perfect antagonist. He shares four key questions to guide writers in the right direction when bringing characters to life on the page.
Read the full article here: How To Write The Perfect Antagonist
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
Geoff Harris at Save the Cat provides uses the pilot episode of the show Breaking Bad as a model to explain how drama pilots are broken down and structured.
Breaking Bad Pilot Beat Sheet by Geoff Harris