FREE DOWNLOADABLE WORKBOOKS & COURSES

We have put together 21 Guides, 100’s of pages of FREE screenwriting resources, to help you learn and master your craft. 

FREE 23 PAGE GUIDE

We’re going to go through the step-by-step process you need to get yourself ready, prepared, and confident to take on the role of TV writer.

FREE 12 PAGE GUIDE

Getting feedback on your screenplay is an integral part of being a screenwriter. It can be stressful, intimidating, but essential in order to grow as a writer.

FREE 25 PAGE GUIDE

In this workbook we’re going to look at what exactly subtext is, why you should definitely be using it in your screenplay, finding opportunities to insert it into your story, and the various ways you can use to do so.

FREE 34 PAGE GUIDE

This is for all those who have a complete or near-complete screenplay and are considering using it to enter contests to help kickstart your career. 

FREE 15 PAGE GUIDE

You’ll also be entering a life of fast-paced deadlines, creative writing rooms, and a learning experience like no other. Read on…

FREE 10 PAGE GUIDE

You’ve just finished the last draft of your screenplay. Congratulations are in order. You’ve just done what many give up on and never achieve. Take a moment to celebrate. Relax. Then it’s back to work!

FREE 7 PAGE GUIDE

Sometimes you’ve got a great idea for a screenplay with a compelling scenario, or exciting plot, but you’re possibly not entirely sure who your main character should be. Use this guide to help you. 

FREE 13 PAGE GUIDE

How do you know that the idea that you’re about to commit some serious time to is the right one? Let’s face it, screenwriting is a lengthy business. You want to get it right. 

FREE 6 PAGE GUIDE

This is an exercise in how to really get to know your characters.

FREE 8 PAGE GUIDE

If the audience doesn’t care about the characters in your movie, there’s not a lot to stop them from switching over. Equally, if the reader isn’t invested in who they’re reading about, then you risk them putting the script down and picking up another one that does. Learn how to prevent that!

FREE 17 PAGE GUIDE

You’ve got a great story idea, you kind of know who your major characters are, and you possibly know how it ends or at least how it begins, but now you need to figure out all the stuff that happens in between. That can be daunting. Not with our help it won’t be!

FREE 6 PAGE GUIDE

Our short simple guide helps you figure it out. 

FREE 11 PAGE GUIDE

Arguably, poor dialogue is the number one thing that will kill your script. If speech is hard to follow, full of boring exposition, and rambles forever, you’re going to lose the interest of the reader quickly.

FREE 13 PAGE GUIDE

This guide is going to look at why you need to perfect your pitch, the basic elements of a pitch, where to find pitching opportunities, and much more.

FREE 28 PAGE GUIDE

While a great script undoubtedly needs compelling characters and an interesting premise, neither of these are enough if there aren’t sufficient hooks, stakes, and conflicts to keep the audience engaged. Learn how to add these to your story. 

FREE 18 PAGE GUIDE

In its simplest form, tone is the feeling that a piece of writing evokes in the reader. It’s the mood, atmosphere, and emotion being experienced by the audience in reaction to the story you’re telling. 

FREE 34 PAGE GUIDE

To any screenwriter, having representation is the next big step in advancing your career. It can give you a potential foot in the door in terms of getting scripts into the hands of the people who can help get them made.

FREE 57 PAGE GUIDE

This workbook is going to take that great idea you have for a movie and help you transform it into a fully-fledged first draft of a screenplay, and we’re going to do it fast!

FREE 24 PAGE GUIDE

There are many different ways to tackle a rewrite, and unfortunately, it’s not something you can do just once and think you’re done. It’s an ongoing process and there’s no set number on how many passes a writer will need to do. This guide will help you figure it out. 

FREE 18 PAGE GUIDE

Having a finished screenplay is just the first step of many toward the ultimate goal of getting your movie made. Here’s some tips to how you can get there. 

FREE 48 PAGE GUIDE

Formatting a screenplay is hugely important. Producers searching through potential scripts no longer consider finding a screenplay that’s laid out in the correct manner as a bonus; it’s an absolute expectation. We’ll help you get it right.