Celebrated writer and director Prano Bailey-Bond explains the process of developing CENSOR, her award-winning debut feature film.
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.
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.
John Yorke works with a screenwriter as she learns to master the core elements of five-act structure: inciting incidents, moments of hope and despair, and the point of no return.
Could your inciting incident be the reason your script is rejected? Kieran Grimes explains the top three ways to ensure your inciting incident is effective and engaging.
What are the rookie structural issues new screenwriters struggle with? Kieran Grimes explains the top points to master to make your script better.
Caroline Young, tutor on our Story for Script Development course, reveals the truth behind script editor clichés.
Giving notes on writers’ scripts is an essential part of a script editor’s job. We’ve put together a list of dos, don’ts and other tips.