Behind the Scenes at the Shang-Chi Pitch Meeting

Here it is, the unvarnished truth…if you define truth as “pack of lies.”

In other words, this could well be the closest you’ll ever get to enjoying a pitch meeting. So, yeah, enjoy! read article


Our buds at ScriptReadPro.Com have done it again. Or, as one of the original commenters on the article below said, “Who really needs film school when you have an amazing library of scripts [like this]?”

via Script Reader Pro.Com

Looking for the best screenplays to read? You’re in the right place. We’ve been strong advocates for the benefits of reading screenplays for a long time as it’s one of the simplest ways to learn how to write. read article

3 Types of Satire Every Storyteller Should Know

PeterSellers doing what he did best – no, not chewing the scenery (although he’s doing that too)

Did you know that there are at least three different types of satire? Did you know that satire doesn’t have to be funny. (Just being snarky will do.) Thank God Studio Binder is here to explain!

Writing Mistakes Writers Make: Relying on Perfect Conditions to Write

The overachievers at have more than proven their worth with this article on how to get the job done regardless of the circumstances under which it’s being done.

In other words, stop complaining about not being able to write because your favorite coffee shop is closed and do what it takes to get those words from your mind to the page!

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munchman: Rewriting Your Screenplay

by munchman

Tips for rewriting scripts come in all flavors. Yer friendly neighborhood munchenstein  likes chocolate best, but here’s some pretty darn good-tasting vanilla.

via Film Independent (gotta love anything with the word “independent” in its name, amiright? Huh? read article