How to Use These 7 Pixar Story Hacks On Your Screenplay
The word Pixar is fast becoming synonymous with great storytelling. Why? Because they have a set of rules, and they stick to them. Following these seven Pixar story hacks will guide your relatable protagonist though a clear story and help you write an amazing screenplay.
WGA’s New Diversity Database: Will It Help Or Hurt Writers?
From #OscarSoWhite to the federal EEOC investigating the lack of working female film directors, outrage over Hollywood’s lack of diversity is everywhere. Now, the Writer’s Guild of America is doing its part to address the problem by creating a searchable database of its diverse members – but will it really make a difference?
The Nice Guys: 5 tips for writing a buddy-cop movie
Writer/director Shane Black, with the help of fellow writer, Anthony Bargarozzi, is back doing what he does best – writing a buddy-cop flick that will push the envelope, exceed expectations, and oh yeah, make you laugh.
The Nice Guys is set in smoggy, 1970s Los Angeles, where local government is dirtier than the air and the porn industry ...
Captain America: Civil War: 5 tips for writing an ensemble film
Captain America: Civil War is populated with more superheroes than we’ve ever seen in one movie. Most characters are old friends, like Iron Man, Hawkeye and Black Widow, but there are some new additions, like Black Panther and King T’Chaka. When Tom Holland appeared as Spider-Man for the first time in Civil War, the audience literally ...