Discover useful tips for directing improvisation in your film, whether the actors are sticking mostly to the script or improvising mostly from an outline.
Getting rewritten is par for the course in Hollywood, and script revisions are a routine part of the filmmaking process – but you should still write the best screenplay possible. Here’s why.
Constructive criticism can hurt, but it’s a valuable resource! Here’s how to get notes on your screenplay or film project, and deal with feedback professionally and effectively.
Spice up your filmmaking by mixing these key ingredients in your visual storytelling: setting, decor, lighting, depth of space, and costumes and makeup – all powerful aspects of mise en scène.
Writing Act 2 of your screenplay can be an overwhelming experience! Here are 3 powerful techniques to help you break through creative resistance and complete that first draft of your script.
To find the perfect actors for your movie, you must understand the casting process. Here’s how to connect with both local and A-list talent, create a casting notice, hold auditions, and navigate film industry norms.