TV Pilot Writing: Building the Skeleton of Your Show

TV Pilot Writing: Building the Skeleton of Your Show

So you’ve got an interesting idea for a pilot and rich, complex characters. What now? A great method for working on your pilot is to start small and expand from there. So begin with your logline – the story of your pilot in one sentence, the “who, what, where” of your...
TV Pilot Writing: Developing Your World of Characters

TV Pilot Writing: Developing Your World of Characters

Writing an original pilot can be just as daunting as writing a feature, though shorter in length. While a feature captures a moment in time, a pilot begins a longer journey. In a pilot, you need to tell a complete story, while also introducing the potential for many...
How to Capture the Essence of Summer in your Script

How to Capture the Essence of Summer in your Script

Ahh summertime. For many people summer means vacations, trips to the beach, and some much deserved time off. For others, it means everything stays the same except now it’s really hot and sticky. Whether or not summer means leisure time for you in your adult years, it...