Logline it! – Week 16

Writing loglines is an essential skill for screenwriters, from early development through to the pitch. In this section, every week our panel reviews a few loglines posted to www.logline.it. Learn from the feedback and perfect your own loglining skills. by The Judges Unititled [box] “Embarking on a mission to save his people from a terrible famine … Read more

[Video]: Chris Terrio and Bryan Cranston on Argo

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With Argo, Ben Affleck has firmly established himself as a mature, competent director. This time however, Affleck doesn’t take a writing credit. He left the screenplay to the care of Chris Terrio. Here is a Q&A with Terrio and Walter White. Well, you know. Argo Q&A with Bryan Cranston and Chris Terrio from California Film … Read more

How To Write Compelling Antagonists

Other than your protagonist, your antagonist is going to be the most important active force in your story. by K.M. Weiland The antagonist doesn’t have to be a person. It could be weather, circumstances, or the protagonist’s inner self. But, more often than not, the antagonist takes the form of a person. And crafting that … Read more