Resource guide to help all producers and content creators better understand the responsibilities we share, internalize the importance of this work, and highlight the reasons, benefits and pathways to creating an inclusive and decolonized documentary ecosystem.
Whether you're new to filmmaking or a seasoned pro, here are 10 must-reads for 2020.
At Sundance, acclaimed TV and feature film writers, featuring writers of 'Transparent,' 'Six Feet Under,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' and more, share essential tips for episodic writing.
Justin Chon on the unexpected responsibilities that come with making movies.
Lulu Wang reflects on her journey of making a deeply personal narrative film.
Worldbuilding techniques to help you craft a captivating story.
Tips on how to make your screenplay get noticed.
Some helpful advice on how to attract and keep an audience for a web series from our friends at Film Independent.
An important explanation of why you shouldn't think of your screenplay as a movie.
It's that time of year again and Creative Independent wants you to be prepared. Check out their helpful income tax guide for artists.
How Internal and External Conflict Can Energize Your Story
A deep dive introduction into screenwriting for VR.
Writer and creative, Nathalie Sejean, breaksdown the phases of creative burnout and how to cope.
What makes Nancy Meyer films so entertaining? Check out this list of tips from the legendary writer and director herself.
Blake Snyder's podcast provides tangible tips and advice for screenwriters
No Film School put together a massive list of fall 2019 grants that you should know about.
Master screenwriter John August takes us through the key lessons he's learned along the way as a screenwriter.
Learn the art of thrill from a group of horror masterminds.
Nisha Ganatra talks about her inspiration as a director, story tone, working with actors, and the making of LATE NIGHT.
A list of vocabulary comedy writers use, that's often left out of screenwriting books.
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