ScreenCraft's screenwriting guide provides our best advice from years of experience working with top screenwriters, Hollywood producers and studio executives. Fully Develop your COMEDY movie idea in just two weeks!
This e-book is adapted from our popular online eCourse.
What you’ll learn:
- How to choose a good premise
- How to identify your film’s main themes
- How to create empathy for your characters
- How to develop a valuable outline of your story's structure
- How to identify and intensify the core conflict in your story
“If you have a good idea, get it out there. For every idea I’ve realized, I have ten I sat on for a decade till someone else did it first. Write it. Shoot it. Publish it. Crochet it, sauté it, whatever. MAKE.”
– Joss Whedon (Avengers, Toy Story, Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
This book presents the basics of developing a successful concept and outlining a screenplay according to decades of Hollywood experience from our contributors.
"ScreenCraft is an amazing organization." - James V. Hart, award-winning screenwriter of Hook (directed by Steven Spielberg), Dracula (directed by Francis Ford Coppola) and Contact (directed by Robert Zemeckis)
“ScreenCraft put me in touch with a producer and we ended up taking it to a major studio, who expressed interest in my script, which is beyond my wildest imagination. I was so glad that I just kept writing, kept writing, kept writing stories that I believed in. Eventually, everybody has some opportunity, some luck and you have to be ready, and I think ScreenCraft really helped me be ready.” – Shiwani Srivastava (Wedding Season screenwriter, ScreenCraft finalist)
“ScreenCraft catapulted my career years ahead of even my most optimistic expectations. The contacts and — perhaps even more importantly — the legitimacy the Fellowship gave me has helped me land top tier representation and put me in a position to pitch projects to major studios.” – Robert Haffey (ScreenCraft winner)