You may have been banging your head against the wall trying to construct a great logline, but you’re frustrated you can’t quite hit the mark. Cool! Bring the loglines you love and the loglines you hate. You’ll leave with the tools you need to whip them into shape.
Whether you’re new to script writing or working on your hundredth script, you need great feedback and notes in order to make a solid plan for the revision process. As a workshop leader and script consultant who has worked with hundreds of writers over the last ten years, this is a topic that is very near and dear to Merridith Allen's heart.
Whether a writer is up-and-coming or a pro, they need to know when to ask for feedback and how to handle receiving notes in order to elevate their stories and improve their craft. Join our panel discussion with Pipeline Execs Michael Owens and Matt Misetich, joined by Doug Richardson (Die Hard 2, Bad Boys, Hostage), and screenwriter Merridith Allen for a live Q&A.
Research might sound like something that’ll slow down your storytelling process. We’re here to tell you the opposite is true. If you go about research the right way, your stories will be more solid and you’ll get them down much faster. You’ll also find that doing research is a lot of fun!
Join Eric Day and delve into the world of generative A.I. and its application in content, story development, and brainstorming. He'll explore how A.I. can be used to inspire you, help you build compelling backstories, generate innovative ideas, and even create visual content to inspire your creative process.
Filmmaker Kevin T. Morales will help you understand the concept of Objective Correlative and its various uses through breaking down its appearance in films. By the end of the presentation and discussion, you will be able to evaluate the use of objects and setting in your own story to emotionally affect the audience, avoid cliche and strengthen your character’s journey.
Reckless Creatives podcast co-hosts, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman and Sadie Dean, have a conversation with the legendary Scott Myers about screenwriting, the WGA strike, AI, his new book, The Protagonist's Journey: An Introduction to Character-Driven Screenwriting and Storytelling, and so much more.
It's never been more important for writers to cast wide nets and write in multiple mediums. Lee Matthew Goldberg does just that. Lee has been a finalist in both Script Pipeline and Book Pipeline, and continues to create stories for not only the screen but also for your bookshelves. Don't miss this one—especially if you're considering adapting your script into a novel!
Every story lives or dies by who the protagonist and POV character is. Sometimes, it feels obvious, other times you can pick any character in the narrative and tell an equally thrilling story. Author Bryan Young will show you all the different options of choosing the right POV for your story or screenplay, and, if you’re writing prose, what POV to actually write in.
In our next One-on-One series, Pipeline Executive Spike Scarberry chats with writer Bryce McLellan on how he went from Pipeline Pitch Contest winner, to developing a pilot with us, to creating the graphic novel Verge with Red5.