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The biggest movie from perhaps the most popular director in Hollywood today. Here are five techniques that Christopher Nolan uses to great success in Interstellar.   Read More
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When an InkTip-approved producer starts to read your script, you’ve already piqued their interest with your dynamic logline and hooked them with your compelling synopsis and intriguing résumé, but now you need to reel them in with precise execution on the page, and that begins with a great opening sequence. Nowhere is this more important than on television where every season a new batch of pilots contend for an audience.   Read More
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If you are an InkTip member, you are already a creative person with interesting ideas. These days, it helps to have ideas for both film and television. Films can be shot cheaper than ever, and there are new television platforms popping up every week. The result is that there are more exciting opportunities for today’s writers than ever.   Read More
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Because so many companies use Agile for some of their projects, I thought it would be fun to see if any principles can apply to screenwriting. If one thinks of a screenplay as a product, can focusing on working in smaller increments of time, being flexible to change, and getting feedback sooner work?   Read More
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Part 2. Because so many companies use Agile for some of their projects, I thought it would be fun to see if any principles can apply to screenwriting. If one thinks of a screenplay as a product, can focusing on working in smaller increments of time, being flexible to change, and getting feedback sooner work?   Read More
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We all like to do what we do best. I have found that this is especially true of writers. For example, those of us who have the talent to make others laugh will find ways to proliferate this skill. Sci-fi buffs tend to find satisfaction inventing other-worldly tidbits and the next amazing interplanetary hypotheses.   Read More
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If you’re a writer, the way you craft the script can lend itself to the way the production process is handled, particularly when securing locations. Keeping track of what locations you need and how much each might cost to use can set your project up for success.   Read More
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From Little Red Riding Hood to Breaking Bad, the finest stories ever written have a moral argument at their roots. Understanding the morality in your story will help you...   Read More
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When does a screenwriter need a budget for her film? Never. There. You can stop reading this article now. Or can you? The truth is...   Read More
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Essentially, there are three things to keep in mind when you embark on any creative endeavour aimed at the television makers and audience.   Read More
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