The Script Lab website is currently
examining the tremendously imaginative work of Guillermo del Toro, an amazingly diverse oeuvre that includes: Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy, Crimson Peak, his Pinocchio, and Nightmare Alley.
Signing up for a free account at their website enables you to
download and examine the screenplays.
A late-notice communication on a free seminar Saturday (14 January) morning presented via ProPathScreenwriting.
No strings, it’s a fun, interactive & LIVE discussion about the Third Act. Bring your questions!
Details here on their site:
Do you, or someone you know, want to learn how to write a script for the big screen?
Have you thought of entering the
i48 Film Festival, but don’t feel you have the skills needed? Are you an author with a published book or short story that would make a great film?
The Catalyst Arts Collaborative* now has an
8-week SCREENWRITING 101 class. It will run Wednesday evenings 8 Feb. through 29 March (6:30 – 7:30 p.m. MT). SPACES ARE LIMITED. Instructor: Sherry Briscoe
* 2417 W. Bank Drive, Boise In this class
You’ll learn all the basics of screenwriting
You’ll write a screenplay from start to finish
Note: The Catalyst is actively seeking instructors in related fields, such as: camera operation, sound, and directing
Hallowe’en has passed, but every month is a good month for excellent horror. Screenwriters, feast your eyes on these “Best Horror Movie Scripts of All Time” from The Script Lab. All it takes is a free sign-up to be able to dissect pages and pages of
the greatest scary and terrifying movie scripts:
Halloween, Alien, Scream, 28 Days Later, The Exorcist, The Thing (1982), Hereditary, The Conjuring, Candyman, A Quiet Place, Night of the Living Dead, Insidious
First comment: “I learned more in this 22 min. video than in my 3 years (not finished) on Film School.”
Iain Broome’s newsletter comes this recommended 20-minute YouTube video on what makes shorts a different animal for screenwriters, and a lot else.