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Screenwriting articles and interviews that will help you hone your skills as a screenwriter and better understand the business of scriptwriting.

Speak Up! A Practical Guide to Developing Character Through Dialogue by Carol Phiniotis (Script Magazine)

The Art of the Rewrite by Carol Phiniotis (Script Magazine)

Proper Script Format by Carol Phiniotis (TheScriptSource.net)

Death to Readers by Terry Rossio - a detailed readers checklist you can use to improve your script (Wordplayer.com)

Proper Treatment by Terry Rossio - info on writing treatments (Wordplayer.com)

A Great Villain With A Great Plan: Screenwriter William C. Martell by Eric Lilleor

A Look at Linda Seger by Rita Cook

Dirk Benedict: A Television Insider by Mary J. Schirmer

Anthony Zuiker: Doing His Homework on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" by Lisa D. Carroll

Lawrence Mattis: Breaking Into The Circle Of Confusion by Karen Gordon

Building Your House by Robert Gregory-Brown

Write, Write, Write: A Chat With Lew Hunter by Patrick G. Johnston

Copyright ...Is It Necessary? by Sean Rooney

David Marconi: Enemy Of The State Is Only The Beginning by Rita Cook

Die Hard Analysis by William C. Martell

PSYCIC 101: Divining Story Notes by P.J. McIlvaine

Embedding Story Ideas In Action by Bill Johnson

The Essence Of Theme: Or Is Your Screenplay Trying To Say Something? by Barry Pearson

High Concept by Bonnie Orr

I Can See It Now! The Seven Tests Of A Good Screenplay Idea by Neill D. Hicks

From Submission to $ale: Sixty Hot Tips For Screenwriters by Leslie Kallen

John J. Sakmar and Kerry Lenhart: Television's Best Kept Secret by Constance M. Burge

What Makes A Romantic Movie Script by Sally J. Walker

What's A Treatment? Kenneth Atchity And Chi-Li Wong Of AEI by P.J. McIlvaine

David Zuckerman: Writing The Half-Hour Comedy by Constance M. Burge

Slush Pile - the connection between query letters, agencies and script readers. Beware of the hidden costs most script reading companies will charge you if they decide help you find an agent. (Filmmaker Magazine)

Getting Past the First Line of Defense - is your script ready for the market or should you send it to a script reader? (Screentalk)

The Quintessential Query Letter (Screentalk)

Aristotle's Poetics - the formation of 3-act structure (Screentalk)

Reader Roundtable - script contest readers discuss the process (Screentalk)

The Anatomy of a Logline - how to write a great logline (Screentalk)

Opening Scenes: Force the Reader to Turn the Page - grabbing the reader in the first ten pages (Screentalk)

Two Brads or Three? 20 Ways to Better Your Chances of Winning Screenplay Contests (Screentalk)

Looking Back and Talking it Over: The Use and Abuse of Flashbacks and Voice-Overs (Screentalk)

Writing for Episodic TV: From Freelance to Showrunner (WGA)

Scripting the Synopsis (Scr(i)pt Magazine)

Secrets of the 3-Minute Pitch by Michael Hauge (screenplaymastery.com)

Mask of Zorro Treatment by Terry Rossio & Ted Elliot (wordplayer.com) - a good sample for anyone learning how to write a treatment

Mr. & Mrs. Smith Treatment by Simon Kinberg (Creative Screenwriting)

 

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