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May 26 2015

Triple hammer time: 'Age of Ultron' and screenwriting structure. An article from Mxdwn, covering a lot of the cool things that the Age of Ultron script does right. Lots of spoilers if you haven't seen the film yet.

September 22 2014

The transcript of Joss Whedon's Impossible Screenwriting Seminar. "Joss Whedon the man who brought you Buzz has emergency root canal then gives you wisdom." The transcript is a must for fans and screenwriters.

September 25 2007

Tucker Goes From Hell Hounds to Hollywood. Cool article about Brad Kane, actor, singer, and, apparently, poised-on-the-brink-of-fame screenwriter. More...

August 14 2007

Screenwriter Alex Epstein explains 'The Rule of Joss'. "I'm working on my metaphysical pay cable series, and as a massive sf&f geek, I find myself tending to look at episodes from a point of view of "what is the cool sf&f antagonist in this ep?" More...

August 10 2007

Tim Minear back for Screenwriting Expo 6. "Tim will participate in this year's Screenwriting Expo with his Breaking the Story Seminar. Sun. Oct 28, 2007 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM". More...

October 01 2006

The Vague and Winding Road - Jane Espenson blogs about developing a TV show's mythology. In her ongoing on-line screenwriting seminars, Jane answers a Buffy/Angel fan's questions about story arcs, mythology, and other questions of seasonal development. More...

August 06 2006

"Still, Most Of Them Smell Fine." Jane Espenson blogs about adding dimensionality to character development. In her ongoing online screenwriting seminar, the former Mutant Enemy writer discusses the introduction of contradictory character traits, using the character of Cordelia (among others). More...

July 17 2006

"The Heady Thrill of Obeying the Law" -- more screenwriting tips from writer Jane Espenson. In her blog, Jane explains that learning some of the rules of screenwriting, especially spec scripts, need not take all the fun out of creation, and likens the joy a screenwriter first experiences when they realize that they are controlling the characters' behaviors to "Whee! It's like making your Ken dolls kiss each other!" More...

July 06 2005

Doug Petrie's role in the script development of Fantastic Four. An interesting LA Times piece about the odyssey of the FF script and DP's role therein. More...

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