Amy Jarrold details her experiences on John Yorke’s Story for Documentary online training course, and its lasting impact on her work in TV.
Every game begins with a treatment – so how do you distil a whole game into a couple of thousand words? Game designer Nick Dixon explains.
Becoming a video game writer is on plenty of people’s to do list, but how do you actually enter into the industry? Game designer Nick Dixon explains how he started out.
Many people want to become script editors, but how do you get your foot in the door? Story for Script Development tutor Matt Telfer explains the best routes into the industry.
You’ve written your story, now how can you test whether it’s as good as it can be? John Yorke recommends asking 10 questions.
Script editors are an integral part of developing a writer’s initial idea into a truly compelling TV show or film. We speak with Jessica Jones about the role.
In this premium article John Yorke explores how Chernobyl’s makers ‘took something complex, grey, difficult and un-heroic and turned it into a classic Hollywood narrative shape’.