Screenwriter Dustin Lance Black ("Milk," "J. Edgar") takes viewers inside his creative process in an exploration of where ideas come from.
Michael Price, NCFL supporter and Emmy-winning writer and co-executive producer of The Simpsons, shows his Wonderopolis friends what it's like to write a script for a television show.
John Truby talks about listening to and accepting criticism.
"You don't have to make people feel good--you just have to make them feel." Richard Walter describes what the first step is in writing a screenplay.
John Truby describes how television can now cater to different audiences and how television writing is better than any other medium.
John Truby describes what it's like to be a television writer and to work with a writing staff.
Linda Gase is a writer and producer for television. She is currently co-executive producer of "Switched at Birth," a one-hour drama on ABC Family. Her other credits include "Army Wives," "Crossing Jordan," "The District," and "ER."