Screenwriting news can be hard to find in your local newspaper and it may take you a while to get the desired info on the net.
That's why we gathered here for you ..
Storyville, the capital city of stories. Every corner you turn, you meet people sharing stories about screenwriting. Stories they created, stories they heard. Big, small, it doesn't matter.
The famous news agent, G. Oogle, crissed crossed the city and made a selection of the latest screenwriting news.
And we will start with the news #1 for all those who travel to Storyville: the weather!
Dudetown is all about people. You, us, other screenwriters, and even characters coming straight from screenplays. You'll meet them all in Dudetown.
We asked our news agent, the well known Y.Ahoo, to talk to the great people of Dudetown and come back with the latest screenwriters news.
But first, for all of you who have travel plans to go to Dudetown, the weather forecast:
To write a great screenplay it's important to watch a lot of movies and see how the story gets told.
How did the screenwriters avoid the Top 7 Deadly Flaws of a Bad Screenplay?
What had their screenplay be read, not tossed?
You'll find a lot of answers when watching this selection of movies currently shown in a theater near you.
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-- "The Social Network", David Fincher (director), Jeff Cronenweth (director of photography), Jesse Eisenberg, Aaron Sorkin (screenplay)
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* Gladiator, screenplay written by David Franzoni, revised by John Logan