Weekly Production Tip #13 – Character Traits

Weekly Production Tip #13 – Character Traits

Believable characters exhibit character traits. Giving the characters in your screenplay individual traits is a great way of diversifying them and making them feel more real and human. A trait is a small detail particular to one character; it could be something about...
A Short Interview With Bad Characters

A Short Interview With Bad Characters

Need a stereotype? Look no further! Unless you want to write compelling realistic vivid characters, in which case you should attend Jurgen Wolff’s Raindance workshops. If you can think of any Character Stereotypes, please share them with us in the comments box...

Another Evening Screenwriting Workshop! So What!

Another screenwriting workshop? Maybe you’re thinking, “I’ve read Syd Fields’ book, I know about the hero’s journey, I’ve listened to McKee sing. What’s different about this one?” Here’s what’s different: I don’t want you to give up your creative power to a template...

Characters To Die For

What makes a great script?  A riveting story – or memorable characters?  You may say, both.  But for the star whom you want to attract to your script, only one thing matters: a great role. Seen from that point of view, you might want to ask yourself whether your...