We all like to be entertained, whether it’s watching a performance live on stage or flickering on a screen. Here’s where you learn to write the material that holds those audiences in thrall.
A great entry point for all scriptwriting—movies, TV, plays.
Write a movie—indie or mainstream, short or feature-length, any genre you please.
Write a TV show—comedy, drama, something in-between, original or on-the-air.
Write a play—realistic or surreal, full-length or one-act, Broadway or a basement.
Explore the art of bringing characters to life—for fiction, nonfiction, and scripts.
Learn the elusive art of plotting—for fiction, nonfiction, and scripts.
Plot 1: Mechanics
Plot 2: Machinations
Explore the art of creating effective dialogue—for fiction, nonfiction, and scripts.
Navigating the film and TV industry, for selling your movie and TV scripts.
Writing for video games, and, yes, they need good writers.