We’re halfway through the WriteMovies 100-Day Creative Challenge – and that means Phase 1 is complete and we’re entering Phase 2!
Fifty creative challenges are available until at least the 100th day for everyone on our website – we’re still deciding the best way to package these for our followers and new audiences after the world has emerged from the lockdowns that these Challenges were designed to support people through.
At the same time, we’re launching the official Writemovies Instagram by rolling out days 1-50 again on there, taking place during days 51-100. Take another shot at these challenges and see what you’ve learned and how you’ve improved!
At the same time, ANYONE who can show us they have completed Challenges 1-50 can request Challenges 51-100 and we’ll provide them. Submit your completed Challenges to us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!
Click HERE to visit our Instagram page and follow us on there, or submit the first fifty challenges to us to continue with the 100-Day Creative Challenge!
We’ve had a fantastic time reading lots of scripts for our latest genre award, but in the immortal words of HIGHLANDER, “there can be only one”… It’s time to announce the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Award 2020 winner!
Welcome to the fiftieth of our Creative Challenges. WriteMovies’ 100-Day Creative Challenge 50 is about teaching and learning through storytelling.
Welcome to the forty-ninth of our Creative Challenges. WriteMovies’ 100-Day Creative Challenge 49 is about themes in writing.
Welcome to the forty-eighth of our Creative Challenges. WriteMovies’ 100-Day Creative Challenge 48 is about subject matter in writing.
Welcome to the forty-seventh of our Creative Challenges. WriteMovies’ 100-Day Creative Challenge 47 is about exploring issues in writing.
Single location movies are a great way for writers to adapt to the current situation in the world. While producers are still looking for scripts, it’s easier to shoot a contained, small-scale movie given the restrictions around the world and the risks from coronavirus. So, here are our tips for writing single location movies…