Check out our Twitter Feed

Follow us on Facebook

“I’m less interested in rushing through things. I think that’s probably true for a lot of filmmakers as they get older. The culture is just ‘faster and faster and quicker and quicker,’ but that makes me want to be more contemplative. It makes me want to take my time.”
Steven Shainberg
creativescreenwriting.com/steven-shainberg/
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

“The movies I want to make feel like splinters in my eye. Until I put them out and make it, it hurts. The only way to make it stop hurting is to make it.”
Steven Shainberg
creativescreenwriting.com/steven-shainberg/
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

“Filmmaking is a disease. Hollywood puts it into you. The size of the screen puts it into you. Your childhood puts it into you.”
Steven Shainberg
creativescreenwriting.com/steven-shainberg/
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

“I actually begin with some singular image that goes through my head. It can be something very simple or it can an entire sequence where I’m seeing something happen. That tends to be the seed from which everything else evolves.”
Steven Shainberg
creativescreenwriting.com/steven-shainberg/
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

“Filmmaking is a disease!”
Steven Shainberg discusses his latest film Rupture, portraying fear, and why movies are like splinters in the eye.
creativescreenwriting.com/steven-shainberg/
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Search for Articles

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Connect With Us


Video Store

Joss Whedon on Screenwriting

MFA in Screenwriting