Dramatically Elevate Your Storytelling Using the Tool of Objective Correlative

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: Live with Scott Myers

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.

One-on-One with Screenwriter and Novelist Lee Matthew Goldberg

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!

Choosing the Right POV

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.

One-on-One Comics Conversation with Bryce McLellan

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.

One-on-One: Path to Production with Exit 44 Entertainment

tertainment about all things production, from script development to post-production—most importantly, what makes a story stand out as worthy of producing.

How to Write a Page-Turner: Master the Art of Tension

Just learning the basic building blocks of story craft is not enough to write a page-turning story; you need to master the art of tension on every page and within every element of the story. From the inner conflicts of a character's deepest psyche, to the mechanics of how you reveal information to the reader, Jordan Rosenfeld will demonstrate how to create tension that's critical to crafting a story your readers can't put down!

How to Create a Profitable Author Life You Love

A Profitable Author Life You Love from Pipeline Artists - Symposium on Vimeo. Join indie book publisher, publishing entrepreneur, publishing consultant, and author coach Sharon Woodhouse for a webinar that could change your entire experience of being an author. Learn how to transform your perspective from one of uncertainty, anxiety, and disappointment into one of enjoyment, personal […]

How to Write a Standout Opening

The old adage is true, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. In writing, you never get a second chance to hook a reader. Whether it be a screenplay, novel, picture book, or memoir, your opening pages are crucial when it comes to holding your reader's attention. 

Hard Truths: Screenwriting Competitions

Our Script Pipeline execs have assembled to offer insider tips on writing competitions, the current landscape for film and TV (which is continuously in flux, it seems), and in turn, what we feel tends to spark with industry. All to increase your odds of securing placements and garnering attention from reps and producers.

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