Moving Words: An Interview with Deborah Kahan Kolb
Eight minutes of movie, zero spoken lines, and I still can barely write about it without crying.
The “Sunk Cost Fallacy” and Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Quit
We don’t need to pursue things we once wanted just because we once wanted them. We don’t need to hang out with assholes just because we randomly met them.
Play Time is Over
"It feels like a play." Of all the notes I got in the beginning of my screenwriting master’s program, this one hurt the most.
Indignation: Oscar-Nominated Writer James Schamus Tells It Like It Is
An interview with James Schamus, the writer of the "Indignation," on his writing process, screenplays that aren’t over-written, and the violence of adapting great books.