CLASSROOM: The Best Online Resources for Screenwriters
Good writing doesn’t come easy. If you think it does, you’re probably not reading enough. It demands an understanding of universal truths and possessing a well-anchored self-awareness. This translates to numerous drafts, collaborations, and a proven toolkit of resources.
Ultimately, it’s about doing what works for you. Every aspiring writer should eventually bring their own background and experiences to their work, rather than miming the direction of others. The key is finding your own process. What works for you? Hopefully, after writing a series of specs, you’ll define what you absolutely need in your toolkit. And when the dust settles from the endless How-Tos, you can take a step back and look at that process you’ve developed. And hopefully it’s entirely your own.
From online libraries of screenplays to legal advice for screenwriters, the internet is full of resources to elevate your process. We’re going to take a closer look into a few of the top online resources for screenwriters and figure out if they’re worth adding into your toolkit.
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