20 Years Later: The Usual Suspects Script and More

Yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of the theatrical release of screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie’s Sundance breakthrough hit, The Usual Suspects.

So what better time to reflect back on the story that blew audience’s minds and introduced everyone to Keyser Soze than….right now! Continue reading 20 Years Later: The Usual Suspects Script and More

Pro Tips: Organize Your Work Space

The fine folks over at Omnipapers posted a great infographic earlier today about how to organize your work space as a writer. It’s full of helpful tips on everything from lighting, to the benefits of plants, and suggestions for must have gadgets.

With our modern world being the way it is, a lot of you might not want to take the time to peruse the entire thing, so here are the 5 biggest takeaways I got from it. Continue reading Pro Tips: Organize Your Work Space

Ten Page Tuesday: ‘Crossroads’ by Curtis Cameron

Welcome to Ten Page Tuesday; a weekly feature here at ReadWatchWrite.com aimed at shining a light on up-and-coming screenwriters by highlighting the first ten pages of their script (along with a title and logline).

Like what you read? We also list the writer’s name and contact information for every Ten Page Tuesday screenplay so you can contact them with any read requests.

So, enough talking; here is this week’s script: Continue reading Ten Page Tuesday: ‘Crossroads’ by Curtis Cameron

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