A script reader at an agency or studio can tell a lot about a screenwriter’s personal life and psychology by simply glancing at the script she turns in. Such insight isn’t always pretty, but script readers often “file” you as a screenwriter into a number of convenient categories. Here are just a few.
Classifying the myriad types of screenwriters out there has been a task that’s eluded science since the dawn of cinema. But me and my team from the University of Screenplay Readers has been able to compile and catalog, at long … Read More
I’ve worked with all types of screenwriters here at Screenplay Readers, good, bad, friendly, evil, you name it. And having written, directed and produced 5 feature films, I’ve had the fortune of being exposed to (or inoculated by, you might … Read More
Sure, you’re a good screenwriter. But are you a rambling, mouthy screenwriter who can’t stop typing, can’t stop describing, can’t stop filling the page with redundant words and text blocks? Take my easy 5-question screenwriter quiz to see if you’ve got … Read More