This article is the ultimate guide about how to format a screenplay! Everything from fade ins, fade outs, sluglines, and more is covered here!
Today’s writing tip is all about using a little bit of a competitive spirit to help you reach your daily word count or page count goals.
Not everyone works well in writing partnerships, but that doesn’t mean you can’t work with other writers in order to inspire and motivate each other.
Today, we’re looking at the difference between “V.O.” and “O.S.” in screenplays. They’re commonly misused — especially in the case of phone calls — and the difference is easy to set straight.
Whether it’s the window seat at your local coffeeshop or a nook hidden in a quiet corner of a library, finding a spot where you can get lost in your own world for several hours straight is critical to your success as a writer.
Rabkin notes that there’s a difference between a story that would make a great idea for a pilot, and a story that would make a great idea for a series. While movies only last for two hours, television series can last for hundreds if they are set up correctly.
Packed with honest and thorough information about anything and everything you should know about the inner workings of the ‘biz, Rima’s book is a must-read for anyone trying to break in to Hollywood.