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Sergio Casci – A Tough Call

After receiving BAFTA nominations for his 2003 debut American Cousins, Sergio Casci has immersed himself in writing for the big and small screens. But, as he exclusively reveals, horror movie The Caller was challenging in…

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Jane Goldman – Super Scribe

Following the critically acclaimed STARDUST, screenwriter Jane Goldman has teamed up once again with director Matthew Vaughn for an adaptation of comic book KICK-ASS. And her involvement went further than just writing the script……

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Rian Johnson – In Bloom

With two acclaimed scripts under his belt, BRICK and THE BROTHERS BLOOM, Rian Johnson explains why he won’t let his soaring status change his very personal writing style and reveals his unique remedy for writer’s…

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Neil Cross – Starting From Scratch

Novelist and screenwriter Neil Cross has created one 2010′s most memorable TV characters in DCI John Luther. Here he explains how he turned a passionate pitch into the BBC’s dark cop drama LUTHER.…

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David Nicholls – One Fine Day

Novelist and screenwriter David Nicholls, author of STARTER FOR TEN and ONE DAY, reveals why adapting his own work for the screen comes with its own unique set of challenges.…

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Oren Moverman – A Personal Message

Having penned screenplays for the likes of JESUS’ SON (1999), I’M NOT THERE (2007) and MARRIED LIFE (2007), Oren Moverman is making his directorial debut with THE MESSENGER. He also co-wrote this tale of an American casualty notification…

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Mark Millar – Success Story

As the creator of graphic novels WANTED and KICK-ASS, and now the writer/director of superhero movie MIRACLE PARK, Mark Millar has tamed an industry that doesn’t take kindly to newcomers. And, as he explains, in order to…

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Jerzy Skolimowski – A Killer Story

Polish writer/director Jerzy Skolimowski is no stranger to controversy; his 1981 film Hands Up! saw him almost run out of his homeland. And, as he explains, he’s fully prepared for his political prison drama Essential…

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Peter Morgan – Knowing When to Say Goodbye

As the screenwriter of films like THE QUEEN, FROST/NIXON and THE DAMNED UNITED, Peter Morgan knows how to pen a hit. But that’s not to say he’s always confident in his work. Here, he explains why…

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