Brianne Hogan with Creative Screenwriting sat down with Lisa Robinson and Annie J. Howell to discuss their project, Claire in Motion, as well as how directors can learn from their actors, and their writing process.
Read the full article here: Shared Inspiration: Claire in Motion
Naomi Beaty with ScreenCraft offers three tricks to help you get your screenplay done. Time and motivation are hard to come by sometimes, so you have to be creative about how you keep yourself from getting jaded.
Read the full article here: Trick Yourself Into Writing Your Screenplay
Lisa Waugh with ScreenwritingU offers writers insight on how to determine whether or not your screenplay is good. With wit and humor, she offers six guidelines to think about as you evaluate your work and prepare to release it into the wild as well as warnings as to what can happen if you share your work too soon.
Read the Full Article Here: How to Know If Your Script Doesn’t Suck
Hunter Harris at Vulture shares a Vimeo clip of Greta Gerwig directing onset of “Lady Bird”. It’s always inspiring and fascinating to watch the behind-the-scenes work of anything that gets created. This video shares a small glimpse into the behind-the-scenes world of one of the most beloved films of the year.
See full article here: Warm Your Icy, Jaded Heart With This Video of Greta Gerwig Directing Lady Bird
Owen Gleiberman with Variety magazine sat down with Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan to discuss the highly-acclaimed film “Lady Bird” and how the two collaborated to bring this story to life.
Read full article here: Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan on How They Found the Voice of ‘Lady Bird’
Fun fact: writing is hard. Very hard. Sarah Cool shares a video from writing coach Stephanie Newell that discusses useful advice for writers. This is geared specifically towards prose and novel writers, but her advice is equally useful to screenwriters.
See full article with video here: 12 Tips For Every Writer
Right now Hollywood is going through a massive shift in recognizing its lack of diversity both in front of and behind the camera, and efforts are being made to make stories where people of frequently underrepresented demographics such as women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community are represented as strong, human characters and not merely personifications of stereotypes.
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